Category Archives: Video
Klingon comedy is more popular than bilingual comedy, according to The Pirates of Tokyo Bay, Tokyo’s only bilingual improv troupe. This little tidbit of information can be found in the following TED@Tokyo video, where The Pirates present a short session … Continue reading
Yo, readers, what’s up? It’s been awhile since I rapped with you, but I’m back on this dragon. And my first order of business is to share this video from David and Terry, a new troupe of longtime performers. Listen … Continue reading
If you’re keeping up with your comedy, (or your autobiographies), then you might have seen Fred Armisen’s newest (reprised) role as Penny Marshall. We caught up with DCH performer, Dale Alexander, the man behind the scenes. Tell us how you … Continue reading
Former DCHers and current Californians Jay Frosting and Adam Gaulding teamed together (along with Chris Pecchenino) to make a new video. Check it out and learn more about tagging. Tag Team
My current improv pet peeve is chairs being used as scene crutches. Not actual crutches you walk on, but crutches for initiations or used for stalling. Nick Scott knows what I’m talking about. He (along with Alicia Sherrod and Noa Gavin) … Continue reading
Local comedian Dave Little, who has performed at DCH several times, has a new project called Little at Large. Check out the first edition here where he searches for Dallas’ best tacos.
The Dallas Comedy Festival is in full swing, and last night I caught up with some performers and staff to find out exactly why you should attend some shows this weekend. We’d like to thank our audiences, all the volunteer … Continue reading
Check it out. DCH graduate and now Chicago bruiser Collin Dahlgren stars in this Shut Up and Prance produced video. I’m happy to see that Collin and I have the same golden white tan.
Congratulations to DCH training center graduate Jackson Marshall. He appeared last night on Betty White’s Off Their Rockers, a show where elderly people prank whippersnappers. Jackson appeared with Betty in a scene where she’s frosting a cake, but decides to … Continue reading
Here’s a little afternoon reading by improv luminary Michael Golding: “Improvising With Robin Williams.” In the ImprovisationNews.com article, Golding shares his memories about running workshops in the early 1980s in New York. He names various games they played and how he tried … Continue reading