The third myth says that improvisation is chaos. It’s not. There’s a continuum from complete predictability through complexity and onto complete chaos.read more
The second most popular myth of improvisation: Improvisation is for when it goes wrong
You are often called upon to improvise when things don’t go according to plan.
Experienced improvisers tend to be very enthusiastic about their craft. Yet many people unfamiliar with improvisation imagine they won’t enjoy it. They feel daunted or even frightened.read more
When we talk about Improvisation, we’ll be turning it into an almost technical term. It will mean something special amongst those of us who are choosing to read about it, write about it, or study or practice it.read more