With the global pandemic changing our day-to-day lives and with entire swathes of the economy in dire straights, the general population is faced with unprecedented amounts of uncertainty about stability and the future. This can and has led to levels of fear and anxiety that can send people spiraling, but we're here to let you know that you might have some tools at your disposal to help you through.
If you know us well, you already know we love Improv for all the gifts it bestows on the diligent acting student, but what many people don't know is that Improv can help people outside of the studio, stage, or set. In Improv, nothing is ever certain, but if you pay attention and trust yourself, you can find your creativity and resilience are more reliable than you may have given them credit for.
We hope this short article can inspire you to seek out incorporating Improv in your life to help with all the curveballs the world is throwing.
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