Where We Live: Improv Everywhere
Paul Simon once said: Improvisation is too good to leave to chance
The songwriter Paul Simon once said: Improvisation is too good to leave to chance.
A troupe of actors, thrown quickly into haphazard situations - forced to think fast and create characters and dialogue on the spot.
But what can we learn from these expert improvisers - that we can use in our own lives?
Today, where we live, a roundtable discussion of improvisation - with a musician, a comedian, a dancer and a chef.
And we want to hear from you How does improv play into your life?
4 Sundays in 2012:
coming up at The BIG ROOM:
Mary Halvorson & Jessica Pavone
Saturday February 18 at 8pm
On tour to support their new CD: Departure of Reason out on Thirsty Ear.
Guitarist Mary Halvorson and violist Jessica Pavone's longstanding duo embraces a wide range of musical traditions to create what Time Out New York describes as "a challenging fusion of oblique art song, reflective chamber music and thorny free improv."
Admission/$10 at the door
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