10 Fundamentals Principles of Improv Comedy

Author: Preston Smith Below is a list of fundamental principles of improv… while improvisors tend to make improv much more complicated then it needs to be, it is always a good idea to go back to the basics. 1. Listen – As simple as this seems, it is probably one of the most difficult skills to master. Listening will free you from having to think of...

We have a New Lobby!

New Lobby! For those of you who haven’t been to our show with in the last month you haven’t seen the newest addition to our theater! Below are some pictures of a new lobby that we just added north of the theater. The lobby has a larger snack bar as well of plenty of space for people to wait for the show inside! Because we have moved the snack bar and...

Improv Scene Work, New Level 3 Class | Jester’z Improv Comedy

Improv Scene Work | Jester’z Improv Training Center We are really excited about our newest level of improv training; Advanced Scene Work or Level 3. The class is really a much needed addition to our already extensive training program. The advanced scene work class really adds the final aspect to a complete improv training program. With the addition of our...

Emotion and Relationship | Improv Comedy

Initiations are the foundation of an improv scene. The who, what and where. It is important to get the initiation established as quickly as possible. I want to mainly focus on “the who” in this little post because it is the who that establishes relationship, which is paramount in scene work. Sometimes relationship is confused with emotion. Scenes...

Phoenix Valentine’s Day & Weekend Entertainment | Jester’z Improv

Valentin’s Day & Weekend Entertainment Phoenix Valentine’s Day is a wonderful day to spend with your special someone… this year it is on a Tuesday! We are doing two shows on Valentine’s Day for those who will be braving the entertainment world on Valentine’s Day. The show will be the same fantastic improv comedy that you have...