Back in August, of last year, I signed up for improv classes at the Dallas Comedy House. This was by no means because I thought I was (or am) funny, but rather, it was a radical attempt to overcome my fear of public speaking and take a big step out of my comfort zone. These past seven months of improv have proven to be some of the most influential of my life. And not just because it’s improved my nervous way of communication, but it’s also helped me as a designer—I could probably write an entire book about the parallels between design and improv.
Anyways, I was recently selected for the Student Lotto show, which means I will be performing alongside some incredibly talented professional improvisers at the Dallas Comedy House every Friday in March and April at 7:30. If you happen to be in the Dallas area looking for a sensible chuckle, stop by!
“What has your cult done for you lately?” –Tina Fey