Wednesday, May 09, 2007


I'm hosting an improv show tonight with Fiefdom. I know some of the guys in the group but I've never seen them live. Drucker says they're great so I have high expectations.

It's a daunting task to host an improv show. The audience isn't there to hear rehearsed material so I'm going to have to wing it. Should I do crowd work? Half written ideas? Try to sneak in my 'A' material? I have no clue.

I wonder if this is how improv guys feel all the time.

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1 comment:

Chris Camp said...

Hey Jon, thanks for doing the show! No need for the nerves, you were great and we enjoyed having you host.

and yes, we do feel like that all the time. i think it's that very feeling that's killing me.