Extraordinary Team Blog
  • My big “aha” was during my most recent improv class, where my teacher said to us that being successful in improv is a result of being a good teammate. I didn’t get how important that was until I found myself struggling with my own scene work. I wasn’t listening as good as I could, resulting in me not taking the gifts my scene partner gave to further the scene along. My teacher pointed that out to me (as did other teachers)and a light went on in my head. It was at that point that I really got how being a good teammate can make or break our improv scenes. Wow!