IMPROVe Yourself in 2016

Improvisation provides the perfect opportunity for making changes in new year, 2016!

IMPROVe Yourself(TM) recommends you do just that, grab a copy of the “World According to Keith” and listen and learn about IMPROVisation.

There is no wrong way, the say YES, IMPROVe Yourself, and do it, make it work, fake it until you make it!

When you can get to this level of consciousness, where failure isn’t an option, your creative powers are maximized! Those powers can focus on the challenge in front of you, whether its responding spontaneously to another person on stage, working out a team engineering problem, or resolving other business issues that is blocking success.

Use Improv Yourself to free the mind, create a safe environment in business to remove or take away the sense of failure, and outcomes will be maximized.

Check out our trailer on You Tube below

Get a copy of the DVD – the World According to Keith to see how its done, and learn a little about an Improv Genius.

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One Hour Documentary

The World According to Keith is an irreverent and revealing look at the life, work and art of Keith Johnstone, master of improv, comedy and inventor of TheatresportsTM. His visionary ideas influenced television hits such as Kids in the Hall and Whose Line Is It Anyway?

The one hour documentary features Mark McKinney (Kids in the Hall), who started as a student of Johnstone in Calgary; Colin Mochrie (This Hour Has 22 Minutes), who began his career in Vancouver’s TheatresportsTM troupe and Wayne Brady (The Wayne Brady Show). Johnstone is a cheeky renaissance man with a gleeful sense of humour. He is also a tormented genius, tortured by his desire to create powerful art.

Get a copy of the DVD – the World According to Keith to see how its done, and learn a little about an Improv Genius.

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Take Away Sense of Failure

One of the key outcomes of training (business or artistic), is Improv focuses on taking away sense of failure.

There is no wrong way, the say YES, and do it, make it work, fake it until you make it!

When you can get to this level of consciousness, where failure isn’t an option, your creative powers are maximized! Those powers can focus on the challenge in front of you, whether its responding spontaneously to another person on stage, working out a team engineering problem, or resolving other business issues that is blocking success.

Use Improv to free the mind, create a safe environment in business to remove or take away the sense of failure, and outcomes will be maximized.

Check out our trailer on You Tube below

Get a copy of the DVD – the World According to Keith to see how its done, and learn a little about an Improv Genius.

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Improv Groups, Theatres Discount

We are pleased to offer a 30% discount when you buy 10 or more DVD’s, to all our Improv Groups / Theatres Stores.

We have also reduced the shipping and handling fees for bulk orders.  Check it out at and  BUY here.

Great idea for fundraising at events and evenings of improv.

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Say YES to DVD – don’t be Clever

SAY YES, don’t be Clever – BUY Improv DVD – great learning assist tool, learn about Keith Johnstone, always a great gift idea!

The World According to Keith DVD

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Improv sensation, the master of Improv, The World According to Keith, the DVD, has garnered sales around the world!

We are excited to be able to offer the DVD for sale. Please ORDER NOW CLICK NOW

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Improv Group Logos

Heya, thanks for your Improv Group Logos.

Sea Tea Improv Group, Hartford CT

Here are the latest batch of improv group logos submitted to us.

Please feel free to visit the groups!! Keep your Logos coming!

Improv City, CA

Carolina Improv, Myrtle Beach, SC

Always room for more Improv Group Logos. See Improv Groups Logos Page

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Happy New Year

ImprovWiz would like to wish you a Happy and Prosperous New Year!!  Keep up the improvisation!

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Think ‘improv’ … use you secret ImproVoice to think fast on your feet

Typically, you are normally not suspecting in, but just as you are relaxing, someone when suddenly someone asks for your input. Another occasion, you’re in the elevator with an exec. Or a co-worker asks you a brazen question.

And you’re at a loss for words.

It is time to learn to improvise by using the following techniques.

1) Move the conversation forward by saying “yes.”
For improv performers, this is critical to creating a scene. The minute you reject a fellow actor’s idea, the scene breaks down. The same thing applies in the real world.

2) Don’t second-guess yourself before speaking. Instead of slowly struggling with a response,  listen to the voice inside your head. Trust your ImproVoice, believe in yourself! Your response may not be perfect, but it will be just fine. And your confidence will say more about you than the most perfect words ever could.

3) Work to Make everyone else look good, and you’ll look good, too. In improv, the more you trust others and invite them to shine, the stronger you get. In the real world, practice acknowledging others and make an effort to promote their ideas.

ImproVoice is a Trademark of ImprovWiz (c) 2010 All rights reserved

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Send Us your Improv Group Logos, Pictures etc

Send Us your Improv Group Logos, Pictures, and we will do our best to use them about the site, visit and send to us wiz@improvwiz.com

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SAY YES – DON’T BE CLEVER

Say yes to opportunities on and off the improv stage. Don’t try to be too clever. Go with what is happening, not with some clever thing you were pre planning. Let that go and just let it happen. Say yes.

For this and other sage improv advice – see the World According to Keith DVD and/or Just Say YES

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