this evening my beginning improv class reached a graduation point, which meant we put on a show. it was a bit ridiculous. we'd only been practicing for five weeks, but it was fun. in fact it was way more fun than i anticipated, and not as painful as i thought it would be either. if you're wondering why i didn't remind you about the show, let's just say that i was worried it was going to be a flop.
but it wasn't. or at least it didn't feel like it. the folks that were there laughed, and for the most part it was a har har time. thanks for melissa, nicole, dk, and meegan who came out to point and mock. randall too, even if he did get in trouble for being on his iphone.
and for those of you who wish you were there, here you go. this is a wild lines game where we interact in a scene (in this case a funeral), but randomly have to say these lines we pull from our pockets. the lines are tweets our instructor put down for us, we had no idea what they were going to be.