Yes, and Namaste: Acceptance On the Stage and On the Mat

By Sarah Ackerman Improv and yoga. One is for an audience, the other very much for yourself. Both require acceptance. Both things I can’t claim my dad necessarily brags to his friends I do so much of at the age of 32, but they are also two things that k


How Improv and Volunteering at Dad’s Keeps Me Moving Forward

By Frances Chang Life is full of ups, downs, and transitions; but for me, what has remained consistent is improv. This may seem like an oxymoron since improv is literally made up on the spot and changes from moment to moment. But no matter what is going o


Matt Hobbs: How Musical Improv Helped Me Write an Album

By Matt Hobbs  I discovered Dad’s Garage shortly after moving to Atlanta in 2010. Prior to that, I’d written some songs, played in a few bands, and done some musical theatre. But I’d never worked as a musical improviser. True story. Outside of the