Improv Is Easy!

(Then why is it so hard?)

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Laughing on the Backline
I don’t get why someone would say this to you (maybe I’m missing the context).
Laughter shows you’re enjoying a scene.  It’s an expression of happiness. Why would anyone want to suppress that?

Laughing on the Backline

I don’t get why someone would say this to you (maybe I’m missing the context).

Laughter shows you’re enjoying a scene.  It’s an expression of happiness. Why would anyone want to suppress that?

  1. evanwatkins reblogged this from improv-is-easy and added:
    Sometimes it can distract the audience when they’re watching a scene, but as long as you’re still paying attention to...
  2. jasonspecland reblogged this from improv-is-easy and added:
    Not only *should* you laugh on the back line, you should see it as an opportunity. The audience has just discovered the...
  3. what-i-learned-today reblogged this from improv-is-easy and added:
    People who think you shouldn’t laugh on the backline are doing this for the wrong reasons.
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