By Taylor Roy, Dad’s Garage Improviser and Supply.com Salesdude Living a Double Life I’ve lived a double life for a while. For the past few years, I’ve been balancing a full-time day job with being an improviser in my free time. As I guess is inevit
Photos by Mike Hillman Written By Megan Leahy, Creator of Woman of the Year Beginning in the Boys Club When I first started taking classes at Dad’s Garage, almost 14 years ago, there were few female improvisers on stage. There were none in the ensemble.
By Travis Sharp Photo By Stacey Bode Atlanta’s Best For many years, Dad’s Garage has had the good fortune to be acknowledged as Atlanta’s Best Improv Group, and sometimes even Atlanta’s Best Theatre Company, by Creative Loafing and its readers
Photo by Stacey Bode By Jonathan Spuhler Determined to Be Funny When I was in college getting my bachelor’s in voice performance a group came in and taught us about improv. The kind of improv they were teaching was geared towards opera and was almost al
Photo by Mike Hillman. By Alessa Rogers Ballet and Improv Comedy? So a few years ago Kevin Gillese, artistic director of Dad’s, came to the Atlanta Ballet (which may I point out is a very fancy professional organization that holds the distinction of bei