Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Improv and personal transformation

In summer 2007 Towson Unitarian Universalist Church asked me to speak at one of their services about my experiences as an improv theater director, teacher, and performer.  Rather than tell them how great improv is, I decided to share what I think improv reveals about the human condition.  They were nice enough to tape the talk and give me a copy, which I present here for all eternity, in MP3 format (it's about 19 minutes long).

UPDATE: I had this speech transcribed by The transcript wants some editing and translation, but if you just feel like skimming instead of listening to the audio, it's pretty good (PDF file).


Anonymous said...

"Perhaps you have heart disease," said the Tin Woodman.
"It may be," said the Lion.
"If you have," continued the Tin Woodman, "you ought to be glad,
for it proves you have a heart. For my part, I have no heart; so I
cannot have heart disease."
"Perhaps," said the Lion thoughtfully, "if I had no heart I should
not be a coward."

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