Jason Specland: An Occasionally Funny Software Guy

Making it up as I go along. Always.

Still “Yes, And” After All These Years…

Last night, I attended my penultimate level 1 improv class at The Pit. One of the consequences of having a class is having a class show at the end of the term. For the first time last night, we practiced doing the actual form we’ll be performing in our show. After being kind of down about my performance ability last week, I was actually quite encouraged.

We’re still a bit rough around the edges, but I think that (by level 1 standards) we’ll put on a solid show. For much of the rest of the class, it will be a possibly terrifying learning experience. For me, it will be getting back on a saddle that had been long collecting dust in a closet. This is the first time that I’ve performed improv on a public stage as part of a real team in 8 years.

Please come, won’t you?

The People’s Improv Theater
154 W 29th St. Between 6th and 7th Ave.
Sunday, December 20, 2009
7:00 P.M.

1 Comment

  1. I wish I could be there. You are a great improvisational actor and even if you’re starting off rough I’m positive with some practice you’ll be awesome again. I’ve always enjoyed your humor and quickness.

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