There are three types of improvisers. They are as follows:
We’ve all shared the stage with plenty of pickles in our day. You know the type of player I’m talking about: green, rough, dripping wet. While improvising with pickles can sometimes be challenging, when pickles are on, pickles are on.
2. Lawn Chairs
I’d say about 33% of all improvisers are lawn chairs. While they’re happy to lend you a seat at a moment’s notice, they’ll also droop and leave imprints. Look around your troupe; if you can’t identify who the lawn chairs are, you’re the lawn chair.
3. Greg Selinger
The third type of improviser is Greg Selinger, Manitoba Premier (Canada).
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