• Preventing Harassment and Discrimination in Your Improv Theater

    In case you didn’t already know, The Improv Network is made possible by a handful of passionate improvisers who I’m honored to work with. We each have our own lives around the country, and we do our best to set aside some time every month to maintain and grow our little site. Occasionally, we hear read on

  • The Minutes of Salt Lake City Duofest

    7:46 AM You know that one feeling you get when you first wake up? The one where you can’t remember who or where you are? Yeah. I woke up to my roommate pounding on my bedroom door. He yelled “Chris is looking for you” and everything came rushing back. I’m Laurel Posakony and I’m at read on

  • A Tribute to Amy Louise Sebelius

    There is no euphemism suitable for the end of Amy Louise Sebelius’ life. Early in the morning on November 24th, our Amy Lou died. While filled with love, her death was the only somber part of her life. The rest was technicolor. Amy Louise Sebelius, Amy Lou, was a goddamned firefly wrapped in a rainbow read on

  • The New Faces of The Improv Network

    We couldn’t be more thrilled to announce that we have a new board and a new staff. These are some motivate people who will take The Improv Network into the future and make it even more of a resource to improvisors. The Improv Network has always been a place to bring the community together, whether read on

  • Goodbye, Farewell and Amen

    When we started the National Improv Network in April of 2012 Bill Binder and I set out to connect the improv world like never before. Drawing inspiration from Kevin Mullaney’s Improv Resource Center, we created what is now The Improv Network, a non-profit worldwide site dedicated to the art of improvisation. Our mission has always 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.

From the Founders

Preventing Harassment and Discrimination in Your Improv Theater

In case you didn’t already know, The Improv Network is made possible by a handful of passionate improvisers who I’m honored to work with. We each have our own lives around the country, and we do our best to set aside some time every month to maintain and grow our little site. Occasionally, we hear read on

Things & Stuff

A Tribute to Amy Louise Sebelius

There is no euphemism suitable for the end of Amy Louise Sebelius’ life. Early in the morning on November 24th, our Amy Lou died. While filled with love, her death was the only somber part of her life. The rest was technicolor. Amy Louise Sebelius, Amy Lou, was a goddamned firefly wrapped in a rainbow read on

Cape Town is Taking Submissions

I’m dusting off the old festival spotlight. For those new to the site, this used to be a regular feature of the blog as a way for people looking to travel to learn more about the festivals they might consider visiting. As the festival FAQs on the page started filling this role, the posts were read on

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Phoenix Improv Festival 2020
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