HEARTS NOT PARTS💗💗💗here is a song that I improvised about me being pansexual. it’s really horrible and I apologize in advance. ALSO I understand that agender is under the non-binary transgender umbrella but I literally just pulled this out of my bum so be proud of me please 💘

lyrics:
It all started out
when I was just about seven
I didn’t know who I would love when
I was eleven
Stared at all the boys and girls
at recess and at lunch
and then I just realized
I love everyone a bunch
came from a family
where it wasn’t really expected
and because of that
all my memories were suppress-ed
pansexuality
I will date just about anybody
like girls and boys
and trans girls and boys
and non-binary/gender queer
and a gender too
I’ll use all the right pronouns
for you

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This is absolutely incredible..how the heck are people such good public speakers? AND HOW DOES HE RAP LIKE THAT RIGHT THEN AND THERE

Blown away

This was the “weather” from the latest episode of Welcome to Night Vale, and it came on late at night as I was shivering and waiting for an N train after Tuesday’s improv class.

Something in its defiant optimism spoke to me and kept me warm as I cursed the post-baseball traffic that was delaying my trip home.

Among the many reasons I love Night Vale, introducing me to new music of all kinds is near the top of the list.

When it comes to communication, we like to think if only we follow the right script and say the right words then things will always work out the way we want.

Asking a girl out on a date? I need that perfect opening line. Trying to get a new job? I need to give the perfect answers in my interview. Want to persuade someone? I need to have the perfect argument in my head.

But life rarely follows a script. Instead, it’s a whole lot of improvisation.

We can never know exactly how a situation will unfold. So we need to be able to respond to information from our environment in real-time, and adapt to each situation as we go along.

There are no perfect answers. There are no perfect words. There are no perfect scripts that will give you the same exact results every time.


5 Improvisation Exercises for Improving Your Communication Skills

Improvisatio // Improvisación. Buenos Aires. Argentina. 2015

Wanna know where to see me at Dragon Con?

Look no further! Here’s a partial list. Schedules are subject to change, so go to the Dragon Con website or download their app so you can stay up-to-date!

Friday, September 4th

11:30am-12:30pm - Hyatt Centennial I

Improvisation in Film, TV & Animation w/ Scott Adsit, Mark Gagliardi & Jennifer Marie Kelley (Panel)

1pm-2pm - Hyatt International South

Joseph Scrimshaw & the Attack of Comedy (Live Performance)

4pm-5pm - Hyatt International North

From Croach to Carlsberg - an audience Q&A with Mark Gagliardi and Hal Lublin w/ Ken Plume (Panel)

5:30pm-8pm - Marriott Imperial Ballroom

Gonzo Quiz Show & Doin’ Improv w/ Scott Adsit, Trace Beaulieu, Frank Conniff, Bill Corbett, Aaron Fever, Mark Gagliardi, molly23, Sylvester McCoy, Paul & Storm, Ken Plume, josephscrimshaw, thedoubleclicks, James Urbaniak (Live Performance)

Saturday, September 5th

11:30am-12:30pm - Hilton Crystal Ballroom

Comedy In Podcasting w/ Mark Gagliardi (Panel)

8pm-10:30pm - Marriott Atrium Ballroom

Gonzoroo III: A Musical Quizodyssey w/ Paul & Storm, Molly Lewis, The Doubleclicks, Mike Phirman, Joseph Scrimshaw, Carter Parton Rogers, Scott Adsit, Trace Beaulieu, Mark Gagliardi, and more! (Live Performance)

Sunday, September 6th

10am-11am - Marriott Imperial Ballroom

We Got This LIVE with special guests Frank Conniff, Bill Corbett, & Trace Beaulieu

2:30pm-3:30pm - Hilton Crystal Ballroom

Obsessed with Joseph Scrimshaw - Live! With Mark Gagliardi, Yuri Lowenthal, & Tara Platt (Live Recording)

4pm-5pm - Marriott Atrium Ballroom

Venture Bros w/ Doc Hammer, Jackson Publick, James Urbaniak & Mark Gagliardi (Panel)

8:30pm-9:30pm - Hyatt Regency VI-VII

Gonzo Quiz Show IX: That Darn Cat w/Mike Phirman, Aaron Fever, Ken Plume, Joseph Scrimshaw, The Doubleclicks (Live Performance)

10pm-11pm - Hyatt Regency VI-VII

FRED Presents: Doin’ Improv - Longform w/Scott Adsit, Aaron Fever, Mark Gagliardi, Doc Hammer, & Jennifer Marie Kelley, & Joseph Scrimshaw (Live Performance)

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I am so entirely in love with this cover. here is my improv to Chasing Cars cover by Sleeping at Last!