Lisa Burton's Reviews > Improvise.: Scene from the Inside Out

Improvise. by Mick Napier
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Mar 16, 2007

really liked it
Recommended for: Improvisers and the like
Read in December, 2006

I loved it. This book was fun to read and easy to understand. He outlines improv comedy very comically which, in my opinion, is the way it should really be done. He gets to the point of what he's trying to say and comes back to points he's already made to tie into more complex ideas. I loved it. Very easy to understand and a good one to read as an introduction to books about improvising. It was a little bit short and he maybe made some points I didn't quite agree with, but every improviser is different. I also liked the solo improv excercizes in the back of the book.

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