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'Love That Improv VO':
"This is an AMAZING program - the workouts are fantastic. "
"Your ImproVO workouts are different than any other workout I've experienced. There is an amazing energy, camaraderie and growth that I've experienced with you all. Needless to say, I'm a huge fan (not in the Kathy Bates "I'm your number 1 fan" way… in a real positive and appreciative way!)"
"Thanks again... Another great session... I feel so relaxed after using my creative juices. Always so much fun!"
"Just finished my weekly play date with an awesome VO improv group! Sooo much fun and really helps to get me unstuck!"
"...after every session, I was wide awake and ready to take on new challenges! I like that feeling!"
"It helped tremendously to hear other people's voices / characters since I'm pretty shy when it comes to character roles"
Who can participate?
All working VO talent, part-time or full-time, who can connect to the internet inside their VO studio.
Is improvisation relevant to VO?
H-to the Yes! Many voice actors know that they are actors because that's how they started out. VO talent who come from radio or other paths, it's perhaps not as obvious how acting is part of the VO job, and how improvisation is part of acting. To comedic celebrities like Tina Fey or Jim Carrey and many others, improv has been a critical aspect of their acting. Just like VO classes teaching mic technique or script breakdown, improvisation supports your voiceover work. It can help you be more 'you', finding that place of confidence. It can help you be more flexible in taking direction, develop a wider range of capabilities including character voices, as well as increase your speed and dexterity when auditioning or in session. We explain this in our "Free Intro to VO Improv" event.