It Takes (at Least) Two …

It Takes (at Least) Two …

This month is The Adventure Project’s 2-year anniversary in St. Augustine and we’re thrilled to celebrate the emerging improv community! In 2 years we’ve: Taught 27 improv classes at Limelight Theatre Appeared in 7 improv festivals Hosted 3 kids improv camps...
Why Improv Matters – Off Stage

Why Improv Matters – Off Stage

“I could never do that.” That’s usually the response I get from people seeing an improv show for the first time. Of course not. How could anyone go from watching an improv show to being in an improv show overnight? Perhaps the more appropriate phrase is, “I can’t do...
Connecting to Master Improv Wisdom

Connecting to Master Improv Wisdom

Some nights, after improv class ends, I spend time with my students by sharing a beer or a burrito. We’ll go over that evening’s lesson and then eventually the conversation organically moves on to other subjects. Sometimes these conversations continue beyond the...
Using Play to Combat Storm Fatigue

Using Play to Combat Storm Fatigue

After experiencing two hurricanes in 23 months – in an area of Florida that was to have been hurricane-free – I can say that some of us in St. Augustine are resilient. Some of us are just plain tired. And some of can be found engrossed in play. Last year, besides...
4 Ways to Earn Trust Using Improv Wisdom

4 Ways to Earn Trust Using Improv Wisdom

Have you ever walked into a group space to find out you’ll be participating in experiential learning? Look around the room at the faces and the body language. Do you see clenched fists? Maybe people have started to grind their teeth a bit. Perhaps there’s even a...