Improvisational theater has become more and more popular in recent years. While performing improv requires a great deal of courage and confidence, it's also a fantastic way to meet new friends and be assimilated into a community. After a national moving company helps you move, these websites can help you find your new improv community.
1. Improv.com is a user-friendly website that contains information and listings on all things improv. Finding your local improv group or club is an easy task on this website, with listings in both large metropolitan cities such as Hollywood and Miami, and even smaller ones like Kansas City, Missouri, or Brea, California. The website also has a database of featured headliners at improv clubs around the country, starring some of the biggest names in stand up comedy like Tracy Morgan and Ralphie May. Finally, a comprehensive history on the background of improv comedy should be required reading for fledgling improv comedians.
2. The Second City is one of the world's premier comedy clubs and schools for improvisation, featuring training centers in Chicago, Toronto and Hollywood. While the clubs and schools are located only in those cities, Second City has National Touring Companies, as well as an online Second City Network which features original talent and user-submitted videos, giving you an avenue to test your skills.
3. The ImprovActor.com is an online database for all things improv and comedy, featuring links to dozens of other websites, books on improv and comedy, and troupes and shows from around the country. With everything an improv actor could use - from websites on accents to lists of improv games - this is a must-visit for any improv aspirant, especially those in a new city looking to make new connections.