Jokes are a great place to hide. Having a funny voice or massive character can protect you from you having to expose your true self. This week Rob and Adam discuss how to open up in front of audience and reveal your story to the audience.
This week Rob and Adam get into a heated debate over the effifacy of improv jams. How useful are improv jams? What's the best way to make the most of jamming? As well as, some tips on how to handle difficult players you might meet at a random mash-up. Also, Adam and Rob welcome themselves to the Sonar Network!
In memory of Heather Heyer and out of respect for victims of the terror attack in Charlottesville, Virginia we are putting this week's episode on hold. If you want to support the victims you can donate here: https://www.gofundme.com/united-cville-victim-relief Stay strong! See you next week.
Creating new content EVERY, SINGLE show can be draining for any improviser. Sometimes, improvisers fall back on easy jokes to get us through tough, uninspired scenes. Its a part of improvising. But when we continue to reuse jokes, characters, or premises we prevent ourselves from the real joy (and danger) of creating something from nothing. This week, Rob and Adam discuss the dark, tempting powers of the hack joke. Enjoy!
UPDATE: Audio problems fixed! This week Rob and Adam, answer YOUR questions! From playing dumb to reading improv books to feeling overlooked - this episode has it all! Also discussed Kill All Normies, Red Lanterns, and ending a show on a dream sequence. Meat and Potatoes!