• Marketing

    Marketing Your Improv Show

    If you are like many other comedians, you probably haven’t put much thought into the marketing of your improv show.  You made a Facebook invite, invited your friends, and made a post or two on Instagram… but is that enough? Imagine this- you’re in line at your local coffee shop.  The line advances and you’re read on

  • The members of the improv team "Karen"

    Lindsey Barrow: Intersectional Feminism and Improv

    I recently sat down with Lindsey Barrow (just kidding, I emailed her– it’s still a pandemic). She is the Artistic Director of The Ruby LA, an intersectional, feminist comedy theater in Los Angeles.   Full disclosure, Lindsey and I are friends (although she prefers that I not say that in public or private).  I think she read on

  • 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

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Marketing

Marketing Your Improv Show

If you are like many other comedians, you probably haven’t put much thought into the marketing of your improv show.  You made a Facebook invite, invited your friends, and made a post or two on Instagram… but is that enough? Imagine this- you’re in line at your local coffee shop.  The line advances and you’re read on
The members of the improv team "Karen"

Lindsey Barrow: Intersectional Feminism and Improv

I recently sat down with Lindsey Barrow (just kidding, I emailed her– it’s still a pandemic). She is the Artistic Director of The Ruby LA, an intersectional, feminist comedy theater in Los Angeles.   Full disclosure, Lindsey and I are friends (although she prefers that I not say that in public or private).  I think she read on

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