ART TAP episode 026

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, 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:

Martin offered as a Look-Up the “Encyclopedia of Improv Games” for team-building and ice-breaking exercises – great for young or old audiences.

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