Improvisation is both a skill and a gift. Like all the arts, the mastered skills reveal the gift and both are essential to achieve greatness.
Jeff Burleson, Tim Huckeby, Jodi Nestander, Rory Littleton, Noah Quisenberry, Buck Vrazel and Clint Vrazel are fine actors with exceptional talent. Coming together in “OKC Improv All-Stars” this group thinks on their feet. They have mastered the skill revealing their gift.
“Two’s Company” showcases Nestander along with Raychel Winstead. Shining talent, active and reactive, “Two’s Company” displays wonderful technique and dedication.
Ann-Lisette Caveny, Tiffany Elam, Shane McClure, Zak Miller, Sue Ellen Reiman, Aaron Ross and Brenda Williams join Littleton and Burleson for “Everybody and Their Dog”. The overwhelming talent of this group reveals superb timing, finely honed skills and sheer guts. Something not everybody or their dog could do—or can they?
Would these skills be valuable without the talent? Oh yes, just as valuable, perhaps just not quite so funny. OKC Improv maintains a very high standard with all troupes. Talent, skill & guts working together to provide hysterically funny one-liners, comebacks and exit lines. When the laughter subsides, the wit remains forever.
Those of us, most of us, surviving by our wits alone, may realize these skills can be married to gifts other than acting. Come see for yourself – laughter may not only be the best medicine but the best teacher as well.