Episode 026 features an interview with Laurie Russell and Martin Fernandez, active participants in and representatives of the local improv group known as “One Size Fits All.” (Warning – we have our first explicit episode of ART TAP. Dildos everywhere.) These two are their own show, on a regular basis even without microphones, and they didn’t disappoint.
One Size Fits All’s website is http://onesizefitsallimprov.com, where you can find out about their programs and schedule of performances. They have a family-friendly show coming up at Monon Depot Theatre on Saturday, February 10, featuring “Twitter-prov,” fed by audience tweet suggestions. And they’re looking for a steady gig site to host their more adult, free-wheeling shows. If you have a suggestion, give them a heads up!
Laurie mentioned she will be directing Civic Theatre of Greater Lafayette’s production of “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” this spring. Auditions will be March 4 – 6. Read more at: https://www.lafayettecivic.org/content/25th-annual-putnam-county-spelling-bee.
Martin offered as a Look-Up the “Encyclopedia of Improv Games” for team-building and ice-breaking exercises – great for young or old audiences. http://improvencyclopedia.org/games/
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