then off to pgraph's room party. but leading brands wanted to leave early. so we only got to chat a bit.
thursday: ah yes. actual keith johnstone. that guy is brilliant. he makes beginning improvisers do amazing scenework, because he takes over and rescues the scene when it goes bad and makes it end a really good manner. a lot of the stuff he says is common sense. some of them are just things like "no rules", and he says it's ok to kill ideas. i guess "yes, and" is more for beginners. relax on stage. have no fear. "nothing, nothing, nothing, something", mantra: i want nothing, and more stuff. but i'm too lazy to do complete notes on LJ.
oh. i finally saw "theatresports" it's like meastro, but more opportunities for longer scenes. it's two teams instead of individual improvisers competing, and there's judges who give scores. i like it. and BATS has an amazing pianist. better then the IO shows i saw which had annoying intrusive musical accompaniment.