Spotlight: Kaitlin Brennan

  When it comes truth in comedy, you’d be hard pressed to find someone more honest than Kaitlin Brennan. On stage, she is great at saying the very thing the audience was thinking, but afraid no one would address. In her real life, Kaitlin has a way of telling you what you need to hear,… Continue reading

Improviser Spotlight: Adam Hoelscher

  Adam Hoelscher has been a staple of the improv community in Kansas City since before we can remember. If you’ve ever been fortunate enough to take a class with him, his passion and his energy is infectious. He cares about making people care about improv and holding it to as high a standard as other… Continue reading

Graduate Spotlight: Larry Claudin

  It’s time you got to know recent grad Larry Claudin! We fancy him a heck of a lot and think you will, too.   How’d you hear about the shop? I was standing outside of the St. Louis Film Festival’s “Comedy Shorts 2” at the Tivoli to smoke a cigarette. Myself and this other… Continue reading

Coming Back From A Hiatus: Part 2

For Veterans Returning Home or Moving Away // Author: Bobby McCosky In my previous post, I dove pretty deep into how to get back into improv if you have been away for a while, and have a few years experience under your belt. Today, I want to focus on what to do if you have lots… Continue reading

Coming Back From A Hiatus: Part 1

For Improvisers with Less Than 3 Years Experience  // Author: Bobby McCosky Improv can be mentally draining. If you are a steward of it, you feel obligated to read every book and blog you can. You are probably listening to about ten podcasts about improv or that are improvised. On top of it all, there… Continue reading

Spotlight: Jimmy Sitzman

  Although he is a rather young man, Jimmy Sitzman has been doing improv for a good chunk of his life, and he’s seen some sh*t. He’s been an ensemble member for both Comedy City and KCIC, plays on multiple teams around town, coaches high schoolers for Operation Show, and is literally the best booth… Continue reading