Kudos

Thanks for all the thank yous. Everyone needs positive reinforcement, so keep slathering on that praise. Included here is a sampling of those wonderful thank you emails that we receive. As of May 2006 there were 236 sites linking learnimprov.com according to google. The list below includes a sampling of learnimprov.com friendly sites and canonical references for improv comedy. Reload the page to see more stuff.

S.H., from Kalmar Sweden says:

Thanks for the Improve handle. I am an actor , teaching for the moment. I am an actor , teaching for the moment. I do a lot of imro with students not dedicated to theatre or impro and it is very intresting. It encourages me to have found your list….

J.S., from Hong Kong China says:

…most excited by your website…your warm up games are great, and you might be pleased to hear that they’re inspiring performers on the other side of the world.

H.F., from Nelson Canada

…most excited by your website…your warm up games are great, and you might be pleased to hear that they’re inspiring performers on the other side of the world.

J.J., from North Carolina says:

You have made my night! i teach theatre arts in a high school we have done 1 comedy improv show and are getting ready for a second one. this has given me some great ideas… this is so wonderful

B.N., from Durban South Africa says:

Thank you for a user friendly and inspiring site. I was faced withthe “what the hell can we do next” sundrome and you site kick started the creative juices once again. keep up the good worik

S.H., from Karachi Pakistan says:

I am trying as hard as i can to start and improv group in Pakistan, so all i can say is: thank you, thank you, thank you. You are not only a credit to the art of theater, but also a invaluable asset to me. You have done more than you can imagine towards making people laugh in a place where their is usually not much to laugh about.

R. O., from DuPage County Jail says:

I teach an improv class for Male inmates at the DuPage County Jail. Nonetheless, I use your list every week as a brainstorming tool. Thanks much for these lists and if you’re ever arrested by DuPage County Sheriff’s Police in Illinois put in a request slip for “Creative Dramatization”

B.P., from Mumbai, India says:

I am a budding playwright. I don\’t think anything can be as helpful to playwrights as theatre games, for theatre, to me, is meaningful improvisation, and not performable literature. Your site is like a self-teach college.

H.F., from Nelson Canada says:

…love the improv games…

T.A., from Oslo Norway says:

Thank you for the generous attitude in your list of improv-games! I love it when people share what they have…

G.W., from Melbourne Australia says:

Thanks for the list of improv games. was a great help…

R.D., from Nijmegen Netherlands says:

I am a improv player from Holland, and looking for more games…

J.G., from Amsterdam Netherlands says:

I saw you site, ver nice! Since I am both a Internet freak and a player of improvisational theatre I am very interested in the games listed on your site…

B.J. from United States of America says:

Thanks, Hugh! We love your site back here in Billings, MT!