Stop lampshading. Stop it. Stop lampshading in your improv. Stop it.Details
You’re not wrong in hating Aquaman. But! If you throw away the necessity to live in a real world and assimilate into the unusually consistent, but silly language of the movie, you’ll have a good time. Here’s the argument that I will make for you to enjoy Aquaman. Aquaman feels like a singular vision and…Details
Miles Morales doesn’t think he deserves to be a hero. But that’s why he is the perfect hero. One of the many reasons why Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is so revolutionary is its depiction of something so many of us go through every day – the basic negotiation of self-worth. Really, the only superhero film…Details
Ever since THE BIBLE, we have had narratives where apocalypse happens. And don’t bother asking for help, because it’s inevitable. Because of this inevitability, we’re naturally curious and try to control it, so much like a hot bath, we dip our toe into the control by exploring it via poetry, music, and our fiction. We…Details
In my time doing improv, I have identified four communication styles. These styles translate to how folks work on stage (big surprise, right?). By no means is this a concrete list of how people function.
To break it into terms that I love, I split the four types of communication into Star Trek terms. Specifically, original series terms. The styles?Details