• Bob and JAmes of the Improv FAQ

    Improv FAQ Brings Their Knowledge

    Here at The Improv Network, we commit ourselves to connecting improvisers. We strive to help performers create outstanding improv and run positive, safe, and diverse theaters and festivals. Part of this includes producing free educational content. With this in mind, we are happy to announce a new branch to our educational offerings! The Improv Network read on

  • Steps Towards Inclusion or “How to Run A Comedy School or Theater and Not Be an Asshole”

    If your team cannot acknowledge their potential biases towards others based on race, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, ability, or religion… then you’re going to have a very hard time making your theater a more inclusive space. read on

  • Aaron Mosby on Building Anti-Racist Theaters

    For improv to thrive, you have to build a community. read on

  • COVID-19: How to Yes, And in 2020

    COVID-19 has had a huge blow across the world. For performers, theatres, and festivals, social distancing can be both emotionally exhausting and financially worrying. It’s been amazing seeing the improv community sharing ideas and love with each other. The following isn’t intended as a definitive resource, but a gathering of some of the best ideas read on

  • The Improv Stimulus Package!

    Hello theater owners and festival runners. We hear you and we know that most of you are non-profits or very small businesses and any closure is hard. The Improv Network has always been one to be the center of all theaters, a free online resource for you. So we are raising funds to allocate to read on

To provide every venue, troupe and improvisor, anywhere in the world, access to the tools and resources they need to create excellent improv and run excellent venues.

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Bob and JAmes of the Improv FAQ

Improv FAQ Brings Their Knowledge

Here at The Improv Network, we commit ourselves to connecting improvisers. We strive to help performers create outstanding improv and run positive, safe, and diverse theaters and festivals. Part of this includes producing free educational content. With this in mind, we are happy to announce a new branch to our educational offerings! The Improv Network read on

Steps Towards Inclusion or “How to Run A Comedy School or Theater and Not Be an Asshole”

If your team cannot acknowledge their potential biases towards others based on race, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, ability, or religion… then you’re going to have a very hard time making your theater a more inclusive space. read on

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