Everyone has to do it at some point. And even if you’re reading off a script, improv can help you be a better public speaker.
Paying to sleep in public might not make sense at first. But then you walk in.
Improv can be intimidating — so it’s understandable to have questions. First off, no, you don’t have to be funny.
A bassist and a sports writer think of a way to get people at concerts excited to vote. Fourteen years later, the nonprofit, non-partisan company goes on national tours with Sia, Chance the Rapper, Dead & Company and more.
Sasheer Zamata (photo credit: Zach DeZon)
Some of our favorite writing on improv: the mechanics, what it means for creativity and more, from The Washington Post, Slate and more.
Portland’s premier coffee roaster, a Del Close Marathon sponsor, supports communities and artists — i.e., not just your Monday morning caffeine fix.
DCM has touched thousands of lives and made countless memories. These are just a few.
UCB was on hand at the 2018 Teen Vogue Summit to moderate a talk with Eleanor’s Legacy and conduct an improv workshop for a truly ambitious group of young women.