improvnonsense

Notes: December 22, 2000

While I don’t remember the specific shows in Will’s post, I do remember some of Will’s Fire, Hot, Burn shows where he was very good, and then when I mentioned them to Will he would either still feel they were terrible or would take no credit for them. Being hard on yourself is common to a lot of improvisers!

Maybe it helps drive us? Or maybe it hinders us? Probably a little of both.

improvnonsense:

I think I’ve posted these before; I can’t remember. Here’s notes I took the night after I did my first Harold night ever with the amazingly ungood team Fire, Hot, Burn!

12-22-00

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Two shows last night.

First one, I fucked up a scene — I was supposed to be getting married and I didn’t realize it. Frank Shea made it work, but it effectively left me out of all three beats. That sucked. Well, it sucked for me — the team covered so it did less damage to the show than it might have. I felt out of it — like the Shitty Guy on the team that I fear becoming.

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  1. kevhines reblogged this from improvnonsense and added:
    While I don’t remember the specific shows in Will’s post, I do remember some of Will’s Fire, Hot, Burn shows where he...
  2. feitelogram reblogged this from improvnonsense and added:
    For those of you who think you are terrible after you have a bad show, here’s someone who has done a lot of cool things...
  3. danielleosaurus-rex reblogged this from improvnonsense and added:
    Shit, Hines. This made me feel 10000x better about where I’m at right now with my training. If Will Hines can have some...
  4. nicclee reblogged this from improvnonsense and added:
    My first reaction reading this is “Why does Hilary keep playing the MOM?!” Other than that, great notes and a reminder...
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