Latest Improv Lessons
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Don’t plow through Christmas. Take your time. If we don’t, it’s over way too fast, and no one feels special or loved or good.
Explaining how to crawl to a baby doesn’t help them crawl; it only makes them a more self-conscious baby.
Don’t be an Irish graveyard, stacking your scenes, one on top of the next, in the same six feet of space.
Aerodynamics of Yes
Good improv can seem magical, but let’s not make it more mystical than it is. Stop praying to the improv Gods and take responsibilty for what you can control. Sweat the technique, be empowered by it, understand the science and why it works. Then trust in it, play confidently, and be excellent to each other.
Latest From Our Blog
"Be affected by what you do and what is said. You can't throw a Styrofoam peanut very far, but when you tie it to a rock you can. Give your scenes that weight. Make every reaction matter. Give it an emotional core and resonance. Have a reaction and let it move the...
Welcome to Christian Capozzoli’s Aerodynamics of Yes blog. Feed your brain.
We CELEBRATE EACH OTHER TO MAKE Healthy, Fruitful Scenes.
Get Your COpy!
New York, NY