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I like rules. I like order and structure. I like to know the logistics of the exercise I'm about to do so I know if I'm doing it right. I try, at all costs, to avoid doing anything wrong, and if I can't be sure I can do it right then I'll just avoid doing it at all.
Maybe you've heard of this affliction?
It's called Paralysis by Analysis.
This is not a book about improv. This is not a book about the history of improv or improv theory or a biography of great improvisors or even a manual on how to play improv games. This is not a how-to manual for overcoming anxiety/ depression/addiction to Pinterest/ Netflix/refined sugar. This is not a book about how to write a book about improv or comedy or walking your dog.
This book is a simple little collection of things author Joanne Brokaw learned while doing improv, things that opened her eyes to the wonder and adventure she'd been missing for most of her life, and some of the lessons she learned that helped make her a better human.