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Synonyms for improvisation

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something improvised

Synonyms for improvisation

a creation spoken or written or composed extemporaneously (without prior preparation)

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an unplanned expedient

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a performance given extempore without planning or preparation

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I've watched a lot of improv, both live and televised, but I'd never really voluntarily participated before.
Improv works best when it features people, emotions, and circumstances that reflect our own lives.
Still, the improv world may make its most significant changes only when pushed.
In a book with fewer than 400 pages of text, this means we get only an impressionistic view of the growth of improv, flashes of a much larger story.
Levity said that, while keeping the legacy of The Improv brand, the venues will offer an improved consumer experience for comedy fans featuring upgraded seating, premium food and beverage options, and technology.
"How We Made a Great American Art" is the book's subtitle, although he allows that the sixteenth-century commedia dell'arte had elements of improv.
"For a lot of improv shows the general demographic is other improvisers, but that has not been the case with Spectacle Spectacular," says Neil Figuracion, Second City alumnus and director of The Glitter Island Gang.
Improv is being launched in recognition that strategic surprise can also come from more familiar technologies, adapted and applied in novel ways.
IF YOU NEED A GREAT, QUICK MARKETING IDEA, HIRE AN IMPROV COMEDIAN.
A few weeks ago, a friend casually mentioned that he saw a cute girl performing in an improv show where we take classes.
In Raising the Stakes, everything in Chloe's world is centered on Harrington Highs improv team and how they are going to win at nationals this year.
The Business Big Top, Pier Head - August 6, FREE EVENT Impropriety's improv workshops Ever fancied improvisation?
Faye Brann, one of the improv performers set to take on the material, explains:Ce"Basically we will ask the audience to take a look at some articles and letters from 7DAYSCeand select their favouriteCeones.
Camp, okay, our word is 'camp'." Improvisational comedy, or improv for short, has been around since the 1950s and has been a training ground for comedy icons from Alan Arkin, Elaine May, and Bill Murray all the way up to contemporary comedic geniuses such as Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, and Will Ferrell.