My guest this time is Sue Walden from San Francisco (US): a force to be reckoned with in the area of improv for non-theatrical purposes, or: applied improv.
In this interview we talk about: - how working with a partner has kick started her career; - what obstacles she has overcome; - what she did when she got ‘a little tiny bit bored’; and much, much more.
In the 5th episode I spoke to Sarah Michaelson, a.k.a. DJ Mama Cutsworth, and we talk about:
– her role as a music improviser; – how Speechless started (with a great anecdote from their first rehearsal); – advice for other music improvisers; – how she warms up (which is a little different); and much, much more.
For the third episode of the Ohana Improv Podcast I got the chance to pick the brain of Patti Stiles from Australia. We cover these topics: – how she makes improv formats; – why she prefers crunchy broccoli after soup, when it comes to improv; – what her turning point in life was (of course it included Keith Johnstone); and much, much more.
Recently I had the pleasure of interviewing Tim Orr from San Francisco. We cover different topics relating to his improv practice, including: – how his warm-up for a show looks like; – what the turning point in his career was; – how his background as a basketball coach influenced him as a trainer; and much, much more.