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In the Midst of a Pandemic

We’re sitting at around 5 and a half months past the San Francisco Bay Area issuing a shelter-in-place order. Many Bay Area improv theatres have shifted their classes and shows online, as no shows are available to take place in person right now. For myself, it has been a challenge to decide how to shift … Continue reading In the Midst of a Pandemic

Persevering With Festival Submissions and Handling Personal Feelings of Jealousy

Tickets to the San Francisco Improv Festival just went on sale, including to So You Want a Job‘s first appearance at the festival. This is the 3rd festival So You Want a Job has been invited to perform at, but it hasn’t been an easy road. It’s not a show that’s been accepted to every … Continue reading Persevering With Festival Submissions and Handling Personal Feelings of Jealousy

Bay Area Improviser Survey Results: Technology and Marketing, and Last Words

This is the final part of the survey blog series. These results are associated with the statistics shared in part one. It is important to remind you that this survey was answered by people in the SF Bay Area improv community (performers, teachers, producers, and students alike) and as such opinions here may vary greatly … Continue reading Bay Area Improviser Survey Results: Technology and Marketing, and Last Words

Bay Area Improviser Survey Results: Experience with Theatres and Festivals

This is part five of the survey blog series. These results are associated with the statistics shared in part one. It is important to remind you that this survey was answered by people in the SF Bay Area improv community (performers, teachers, producers, and students alike) and as such opinions here may vary greatly from … Continue reading Bay Area Improviser Survey Results: Experience with Theatres and Festivals

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