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something improvised

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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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The improvisers identified the oddball chords unsuitable for substitution faster and more accurately than the mostly classically-trained musicians with limited improvisational practice.
The workshop will educate participants about the basics of improvisational theater, open to all skill levels and professions.
There are many improvisational communities who position their work outside of this expressive model, such as the Japanese OnkyS improvisers or those from the Berlin Echtzeitmusik scene, or noise improvisers.
Charlie Told Me So": Heidegger and the Dead's Early Assimilation to the Technology of the Blues" that appeared in The Grateful Dead in Concert: Essays on Live Improvisation, edited by Jim Tuedio and Stan Spector (2010), but expands the topic of Dead improvisation into a monograph that applies a postmodern perspective and commentary on how to listen and respond to the Dead's innovative improvisational style.
Extending upon these ideas, Folkestad (2006) stated that educators need to clearly understand students' improvisational processes in order to holistically teach and facilitate students' musical skills and strategies while improvising individually and collaboratively.
Critique: Unique, engaging, superbly written and presented, "The Implacable Absence: A Non-Idiomatic Improvisational Duet" is a seminal reading experience from beginning to end.
'Pardon My Improv' seeks to collaborate with and inspire improvisational performance artists through new media.
On Friday, June 20th from Noon to 2:00 pm, they will be doing site specific, improvisational dance throughout The Distillery Historic District, free and open to the public.
To some extent, the dynamics are similar: in both individual creativity and group creativity, you see a wandering, improvisational process, where creative ideas and creative products emerge, over time, from sustained and deliberate practices.
SPIKE Theatre returns to the Unity next month with its improvisational show Hoof!
Keith Johnstone was one of the original masters of improvisational technique, and author Dudeck (acting, Chapman U.) is an experienced teacher-practitioner of his system.
Improvisational Theater, often called improv, is a form of theater where most or all of what is performed is created at the moment it is performed.
In a deal with the Lexus division of Toyota Motor, NBCUniversal, part of Comcast, will run live commercials for the next four weeks during the Thursday night episodes of "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.'' The commercials will be produced in real time, with the aid of social media, as viewers suggest ideas for the spots that will be performed by improvisational comedy troupes.
Summary: Muscat: Alive Entertainment announced yesterday that award-winning improvisational comedy show Whose Line Is It Anyway?