For so many of us as improvisers, solo improv feels as impossible as the rest of
improv does to our non-improviser friends and lovers. Isn’t it scary going up there
with nothing? How are you supposed to think of anything to say? What if no-one
The secret is: there’s no such thing as solo improv when you have an audience.
I won’t teach you any new improv skills: I’ll show you how you can use what you
already know to help the audience become the perfect improv partner we all know
they can be.
What to expect:
An introduction to different approaches to solo improv
Apply existing improv skills to connect with the audience
Start to develop a solo improv format that fits your own needs and style as a
performer, including for neurodiverse improvisers