improv

Compelling Improv: How to Play Consistently Funny Characters – SERIES – Part 2

By Brian Agosta | January 16, 2018

I love playing characters on stage in improv: big, bold, super hilarious characters. My favorite creation is a washed-up 1980s rock star who is super excitable and thinks he’s way sexier than he has any right to be. No, I’m […]

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The Secret to Compelling Improv – SERIES – Pt. 1

By Brian Agosta | December 19, 2017

Sometimes Improv is Hard to Watch (and Do) “I just don’t get it: It looks like a bunch of people just messing around on stage.” – Anonymous Wow. Harsh, but you’ve heard it before, yeah? I have. Maybe you haven’t […]

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#1: New show at The Chevalier Theatre

By Brian Agosta | August 9, 2016

We talk shop about our upcoming run of shows at The Chevalier Theatre, and what goes into producing independent improv comedy in and around Boston. Also discussed: did you know that if you take an animal and give it bear-like […]

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May the fourth be with you

By Brian Agosta | May 5, 2016

The top 5 ways thinking about Star Wars can improve your improv.

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