Making Up With Improv

Making Up With Improv

Jim Libby (Episode 5)

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Speaking with Jim Libby is always a delight! Speaking with James Franklin Libby II even more so - it gives the podcast a bit of a royal feel. Not for long, though, because having been friends for a long time Lena and Jim quickly get to the bottom of things. What kind of reward are you expecting from taking a risk on stage? Are we all living on the same planet, yet in different worlds? And why is Nordic Walking such a fascinating sport? It is about time we all find out.

The English Lovers: http://www.english-lovers.com/

"This should be about something", Jim's and Michael Smulik's video podcast: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ47qPolYGc3GqSG5V4BxXA

The Messengers: https://www.facebook.com/ImproDuoVienna/

Rocket Sugar Factory: https://www.facebook.com/rocketsugarfactory

Lena's favorite podcast: https://www.mydadwroteaporno.com/

Elizabeth Gilbert's ted talk about genius: https://www.ted.com/talks/elizabeth_gilbert_your_elusive_creative_genius/transcript

This year's workshop program of the Würzburg improv festival: https://improtheaterfestival.de/de/das-festival.html#Workshops

If you'd like to donate to our association or would like to get some more information, you can visit https://improtheaterfestival.de/en/donation.html


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About this podcast

Lena Försch has been in love with improvised theatre for half her life. In the past couple of months, however, things between her and improv haven't exactly been great. What had once been a passionate and exciting relationship has somehow turned into one of frustration and boredom. But Lena is determined to rekindle the old flame. In her podcast she is talking to improvisers from around the globe to seek some advice. And who knows... she might learn a thing or two about her conversation partners as well.

by Lena Försch & Würzburger Improtheaterfestival e.V.

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