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Not having a coach, is it possible

Before I would have said that it is possible with no need to explain. But now I think I need to elaborate, the people have to trust each other for this to work and have a common goal. When people are forced to interact and work with each other that’s harder to accomplish.
People get different things out of improv, I get that. It can range from wanting to be a star to just wanting to have fun on stage. But where does that leave the people that just want to be good at it?

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About improvunderdogs

A fan of improv and using it in a variety of ways. This blog is part of our quest to make improv more valued in the community.

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