Reasons I took that first improv class

  1. Be less inhibited.
  2. Learn to think faster, be quick on my feet, be witty.
  3. Learn how to be funny without alcohol. <–getting there!
  4. Hold a conversation, especially one that doesn’t devolve into “oh… that’s nice…!” [awkward silence]
  5. Challenge myself to do something outside my comfort zone.

 

Not reasons I took an improv class, but useful side benefits I’m finding as I go along:

  1. Resiliency. <– This is huge.
  2. Community.
  3. I’d forgotten how much I love watching improv.

 

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