Flint Improv Co. As you might have guessed, long-form improv is just like short form improv only longer. I've learned a lot, set painting, building relationships, some other stuff that I forget at this moment. I've also had a lot of fun (I always have fun when I learn).
Well tomorrow night the long-form improv classes are putting on a show. My four classmates and I make up the improv troupe HUGE Pimpin'. The other two teams, Know Konsensus and JJJAWSS are made up of highly talented people I know from boot camp. (A lot of them have been in shows already and they are all sure to provide oodles of awesomeness).
I wish I could pick out the best scenes from the past few weeks and put them in the show, but improv doesn't work like that. No, everything will be made up on the spot (which is easier than it seems, and yet requires more preparation than you'd imagine). We are all capable of greatness, and we've gotten better and better the more practice Harolds we perform. I'm a little nervous, but I think we'll kick butt together.
If you are in the Hamilton area and want to come and see the show (and you do, trust me), then call Staircase and reserve your tickets. They are a steal at $10 ($8 if you are a poor student). The big production starts promptly at 8 and should go for an hour, hour and a half, something like that (I dunno, it's improvised).