Collaboration is all-important and at times all-consuming. But with the right tools, it can be easy and fun.
We came to IndieCade East to show game designers how improv can unlock creativity and teamwork.
Better storytelling isn't a mystery. But it does take practice.
We're expanding our improv curriculum with a new level of training.
Developed with The 4A's, this workshop is great for both new teams and established teams in need of a shakeup.
We're offering five specialized workshops to members of The 4A's.
Emily Horgan, a UCB intern, improv student and former Division 1 athlete, on why improv teams and sports teams are more alike than they seem.
Rethink the way you work by getting your team on their feet. You'll be glad you did.
Want to use memes in your marketing? Don't just leave it to the youngest person in your office.
At UCB, some of our favorite workshops have been ones we’ve designed for young people. So we were thrilled this past August to work with D&AD, a British organization that’s probably best known for its creative excellence in design and advertising awards.
Facebook Live isn't just what your friends use to stream poorly lit shenanigans on a Friday night. It's a petri dish for new forms of interactive comedy — one that Nate Russell, creative director at UCB Comedy’s production division, Don't Think Productions, has been busily experimenting with over the course of 2017. Russell sat down with UCB intern and Loyola University sophomore Kyle Hand to discuss where Facebook Live is going and what this burgeoning media means for entertainment, branded content and talent.