Use laughter to practice good communication skills: Nichole Hill
Someone I knew posted about completing an improv class. She said the experience was transformational and she learned things that were surprisingly applicable to other areas of her life.
I figured, if she could do it, I could do it too. I looked into improv in DC and WIT was at the top of every list. So I decided to take a class.
I was nervous at first. The people were so hilarious. It felt like everyone knew more than I did.
Once I learned that improv has structure and involves practicing communication and teamwork, I felt so much more at ease. I started to have a lot of fun creating hilarious scenes with my teammates.
I joined a group called I Don’t Know Her. We’ve performed a lot, enthusiastically sat in on a lot of shows, and connected with the improv community in DC.
We have been so proud to be part of the Black improv community.
I’m a podcast producer and tell stories for a living. I use the improv skills I’ve learned to tell them as authentically and naturally as possible!
It’s one of the best decisions that I’ve ever made!