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Appreciations Year Three: Day 222

Day 222. Hahaha! I love that.

My strangely relaxing ride with Alison yesterday. ;-)

Super fun rehearsal for musical improv. Oh yeah — the marriage of my two loves. 69 more words


Challenge yourself to fail.

This is a post I’ve been wanting to write for a while now, and ironically, the reason I haven’t is because I want it to be perfect. 864 more words


The Fictionals' live at Fan Expo Vancouver 2015

The Fictionals are excited to announce that we’ll be back at Fan Expo Vancouver this year, April 3-5 at the Vancouver Convention Center: http://www.fanexpovancouver.com/guests/the-fictionals-comedy-co

Two super-powered shows: a special edition of “Improv Against Humanity”, and “The Improvised Adventures of FEV”! 12 more words


Photo from Baghouse show @ Slingshot Fest...

…at Flicker Theatre in Athens, GA this past weekend. Photo by Joshua Jones from Flagpole Magazine.


A Dusted Review: The Last Train by Roger Turner and Otomo Yoshihide (February 19th, 2015)

In improvisation, silence matters almost as much as the actual playing, something that is immediately apparent on The Last Train, a welcome pairing between Roger Turner, one of the UK’s most vaunted drummers, and Japan’s Otomo Yoshihide, a multi-instrumentalist of wide-reaching tastes and skill, here flexing his considerable musical muscles on electric guitar. 498 more words

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A Quietus Review: Pedwar by Rhodri Davies (October 8th, 2014)

Rhodri Davies is not a unique artist and musician, but he’s pretty close. Just like Okkyung Lee with the cello and John Butcher on the saxophone, Welsh harpist Davies totally deconstructs, reimagines and explores his instrument, at times to the point of making it utterly unrecognisable. 772 more words

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A Dusted Review: Slant of Light by Mary Lattimore & Jeff Zeigler (September 24th, 2014)

The most remarkable thing about this intimate, almost self-effacing record is that it was crafted via a series of improvisations. You wouldn’t think so, to listen to it. 500 more words

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