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Lloydie James Lloyd
The Improv Chronicle Podcast
This is what the world of improv sounds like.Improv is constantly evolving so how do we chronicle what is happening to it as an art form on and off stage? Each episode, The Improv Chronicle seeks to ignite and expand your interest in improvised theatre and comedy by speaking to people who are knowledgable about or impacted by different issues and topics related to the art form. Hosted by improviser and broadcaster Lloydie James Lloyd from Nottingham, England, each short episode lifts the lid on an aspect of improv worth exploring and helps chronicle the growth of...
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 33 ratings
Learned so much!!!
Very helpful and practical content! and also touching mind sometimes!! This podcast changed my point of view!!! Thanks~!
Hellena Jang via Apple Podcasts · South Korea · 03/11/21
Great podcast!
Great documentary storytelling. Interesting guests. A really well-made podcast.
improvgal via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/10/21
Very nice and dynamic podcast
It’s a real pleasure to listen to Lloydie, and the dynamic way he produces his podcast. He is warm, kind and smart, I cannot wait to listen to more!
Perryweerd via Apple Podcasts · France · 08/12/20
Recent Episodes
How do we turn a scene around when it isn't going as well as we intended. This episode, host Lloydie gets voicemails from improvisers around the world with top tips on how to rescue a scene that's not going well. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-improv-chronicle-podcast This show...
Published 06/15/21
How much do external factors like the space we play in or the audience have an influence on what we do on stage as improvisers - and how much impact should they have? Three improvisers from three different countries give their thoughts on the impact of the audience, the spaces they play in and...
Published 06/01/21
From time to time, many (if not most) improvisers find themselves stuck inside their head and thinking too much. How can we identify when it is happening, and how can we moderate any negative impact it might be having on our performance. Support this...
Published 05/18/21
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