Posted in Comedy on Aug 25th, 2011 Comments
This episode features a couple of real dollfaces who happen to be some of the most amazing improvisers! (oh brother...what an intro)*
Kimmy Gatewood and Rebekka Johnson of the famous Apple Sisters, talk to me about the physical and emotional drives of improvisation, the art of aggressively inserting yourself on a team, and creating improvised theater with your barbie dolls.
- *If you like more 1940's lingo, check out The Apple Sisters website here for everything apple!
- Kimmy Gatewood's website
- Rebekka and Kimmy are performing in the NYC Fringe Festival in the musical "Jerseyshoresical"
- Check out their site Nerds of a Feather for all of you feather hair accessory needs!
- Rebekka Johnson does not have a website, but look for rebbekkajohnson.nothing coming soon!
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Posted in Comedy on Aug 15th, 2011 Comments
During a fantastic weekend at the Del Close Marathon in NYC, Joe Bill and Mark Sutton took time to sit down with me for a truly inspiring conversation about improvisation. Joe and Mark discuss the difference between playing a character and being a character, "getting someone's back" without actually saying it, and how Scottie "No Tippin' " Pippen got his nickname.
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