Posts Tagged ‘interview’
Dave Razowsky and Ed Herbstman answered questions from Alex Marino and the audience on January 29th at Magnet Theater, and somebody recorded it. Wanna listen to it? Well here it is. Enjoy.
Oh, and if you’d like to see them perform together in the very clearly titled, ‘Razowsky and Herbstman’, you can do so on Saturday night, April 28th at 9pm, on the Magnet Mainstage.
Make a reservation here.
And if you’d like to train with these guys (along with Rachel Hamilton and Armando Diaz and others) while enjoying swimming, kayaking, and campfires, you can sign up for Camp Magnet 2012!
In a city of over 8 million strangers, it’s incredible to find a place that feels like home. Yet, in it’s 7th year, the Magnet Theater continues to do that for many improvisers, actors and comedy addicts. The Magnet’s supportive atmosphere focuses on following your gut and “yes and”-ing in a grounded and personal way. There is no fast track, improv is like anything else, it takes time to master. At the Magnet, there is no pressure to be anybody other than yourself. Much of that comes from co-founder Armando Diaz, who dreamed that the Magnet would “facilitate people making comedy and meeting each other.” I sat down with Armando Diaz and inquired about this very important milestone:
Willy Appelman: What was the first show in the Magnet Theater space?
Armando Diaz: I was teaching an Evente class and we had our first show in the theater. The stage wasn’t finished. It was an experiment for all of us. We (Ed Herbstman and Alex more
Magnet Theater founder Armando Diaz was recently interviewed by Kevin Mullaney for the Improv Resource Center podcast. In the interview Armando discusses the lessons he has learned by opening his own improv theater, how he has evolved as a teacher, how he helps students connect with their scene partners, scene initiations and more! If you are an improv comedy nerd this is definitely a great interview to listen to!