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The Magnet Q & A Series is HERE!
This podcast is devoted to delving into different improv techniques, and finding out what makes comedy hearts tick. We’ve had the honor of interviewing improv teachers and performers from all over the country. This episode, Louis Kornfeld interviews improv master Craig Cackowski about Chicago improv, investing in characters and gifting scene partners. This Q & A was recorded live at The Magnet Theater in NYC in Spring of 2013.
This podcast is hosted and produced by Nolan Constantino and Adam Hawkins. Podcast music by Giancarlo Sutton.
In our continuing effort to share great ideas about improvisation, the Q & A series proudly posts this live conversation with Susan Messing and Christina Gausas. Megan Gray was our host, and the audience at Magnet Theater provided the questions. This is NSFW because Susan uses the F word a lot. So put on your headphones. Unless you’re alone. Then crank it.
From Kevin Mullaney’s IRC Podcast site…
“I interviewed Nate Starkey of the People’s Improv Theater, Porter Mason of the UCB Theatre and Ed Herbstman of the Magnet Theater. We talked about Oscar moments in improv, breaking our bad habits, character baseball, giving enough notes in class and being in the rainbow.”
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!