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  • Why the Industry Puts Too Much Emphasis on Improv

    Over the last 40 years, improv has evolved from an elevated art form practiced by a tiny percentage of actors with extensive performance experience and training to the near replacement of basic acting training for most actors eyeing a career in comedy. 
    This is unfortunate and problematic, nowhere more so than Hollywood. 
    I am an improviser and sketch artist, so this is a subject I take quite seriously. My teachers and mentors were some of L.A.’s best and most experienced instructors of their time. Many were pioneers of the craft as a paid performance vehicle from the 1970s, and most notably, Lisa Kudrow, from the ’80s when I was a student.
    I have performed on every improv and sketch main stage in Hollywood multiple times over the last 25 years, so with personal knowledge of L.A.’s comedy landscape, I’ll attempt to clear up confusion and dispel misunderstandings about what improv is and isn’t.
    Most importantly, it isn’t written sketch work. Improv and sketch have become blurred into one general concept to most actors in this era, much to their detriment. And even worse, the entire industry seems confused.
    Actors new to Los Angeles are directed—virtually ordered—to get

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