They haven’t moved in hours.
|Max:||When you wear that tiara it makes me want to treat you like a princess...|
|Max:||I want to put you in a tower.|
Today’s the day. The day you help save the internet from being ruined.
(Long story short: The FCC is about to make a critical decision as to whether or not internet service providers have to treat all traffic equally. If they choose wrong, then the internet where anyone can start a website for any reason at all, the internet that’s been so momentous, funny, weird, and surprising—that internet could cease to exist. Here’s your chance to preserve a beautiful thing.)
This is important.
Tell Broadway to dim the lights on Broadway in honor of Joan Rivers! (4346 signatures on petition)
Let’s call bullshit together. Please sign!
I’ve wanted to take improv classes since I was a teenager, but never had the guts. Once I signed up and immediately started dry-heaving. Thankfully, the class was cancelled and I was able to label it an incredibly convenient “sign”.
A few months ago I noticed the Magnet Theater was offering a free improv class and I finally said “fuck it” and gave it a shot. I mean, if I still wanted to do it it was worth a shot. I somehow got through the class, but I did notice I went to mean when improvising. I took a bit of a pause before signing up for a set of classes.
In the first class we reviewed what we went over in the free class and moved on to other exercises. My favorite part was talking about the comedy we had seen. People were genuinely interested in talking about comedy past congratulating Louis C.K. on a job well done. It had never happened to me before and I was eager to learn more about different shows and performers.
Since I was familiar with the beginning exercises I felt more comfortable and eager to participate than I would have imagined. The group is eclectic, sincere, and kind. I loved recognizing the character traits in each person that made them “the funny one” in their circles. We were all the over the top one, the sarcastic one, the smart-ass. I didn’t have to hold back because the bar was at a different setting. It felt nice.
Something I noticed about myself is that I’m very reserved. I go to sarcasm and wit-adjacent before being physical or vocally dynamic. I am reserving judgement while encouraging myself to branch out.
Today is our second class. Looking forward to seeing how it pans out.
The Cuba Libre- Back 2 School Edition!
Watch me somehow mess up a rum & coke!
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