Improv is my life's passion. My goal is to bring it to as many people as possible from all career backgrounds. I think the principles of improvisation improve people's personal and professional lives. Therefore, improv helps people live lives of greater ease.
Improv is a physically active form of meditation. A person must be in the moment to improvise well. You learn to accept what is happening and go with the flow. Improv also allows you to get back in touch with the creativity that exists deep within you - even once you think it's gone.
I completed the 2-year conservatory at The New Actors Workshop in NYC, where I studied with Paul Sills (one of the founders of The Second City - Chicago's famous improv theatre) and director Mike Nichols (Bird Cage, Angels in America, and most recently, the popular play, Spamalot). I am working on spreading the gift of improv to many people.