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Review: Improvise.: Scene from the Inside Out

User Review  - Otto - Goodreads

The annoyance method to improv is important if you are an improviser who does not have confidence in choices. Improvise clearly explains this believe in yourself first method much better than Truth in ... Read full review

Review: Improvise.: Scene from the Inside Out

User Review  - Melissa - Goodreads

This book was recommended to me by my improv instructor and I 'm really glad I followed his advice because this book is chock full of good information and advice. There's even a chapter on exercises you can do at home and alone. Great read and not too long or overly "teachy." Read full review

Review: Improvise.: Scene from the Inside Out

User Review  - Jonathan Holt - Goodreads

This is my favorite improv book. This one had the greatest immediate impact on my performances. Read full review

Review: Improvise.: Scene from the Inside Out

User Review  - Michael Unis - Goodreads

A must read for any level improviser and anyone just looking to learn about being a better human being. Read full review

Review: Improvise.: Scene from the Inside Out

User Review  - Benjamin Kass - Goodreads

This the best improv book out there. Read full review

Review: Improvise.: Scene from the Inside Out

User Review  - Phillip Millman - Goodreads

Best book about improv but must be read after truth in comedy Read full review

Review: Improvise.: Scene from the Inside Out

User Review  - André - Goodreads

Great insights into improv, and breaking the rules >:) Read full review

Review: Improvise.: Scene from the Inside Out

User Review  - Maria - Goodreads

Napier gives heaps of guiding principles for improvisers in a slim 100 or so pages, all based on the notion of the improviser taking care of his/her self. No question, there are plenty of off-stage applications for his advice, as well. Read full review

Review: Improvise.: Scene from the Inside Out

User Review  - Patrick - Goodreads

As long as you've done a little improv, and have learned the "rules," this could be the best book to read on the subject. Good advice and good solo exercises. Read full review

Review: Improvise.: Scene from the Inside Out

User Review  - Paul Eiting - Goodreads

This is a great book about creating scenes, characters, emotions, etc. And a great follow-up to Truth in Comedy. Read full review


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