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How to be the Greatest Improviser on Earth (Paperback)
Become great at performing long-form improv We skip the basics and get into advanced topics like: being truly present, being authentic, dealing with difficult performers, being actually funny ( ) and the rarely discussed but essential skill of being healthy.
"Will Hines was my first improv teacher. He's not an improv nut, but he is, you know? He has perspective. " - Ilana Glazer, Broad City
"Will is one of those teachers that makes you feel like you have something special inside yourself- that you can possibly change the world. " - Abbi Jacobson, Broad City
"Despite being a mild mannered man from Connecticut, it's fair to consider Will one of improv's war chiefs, or maybe witch doctors. I'm not sure. This analogy has run its course. " -Chris Gethard, The Chris Gethard Show
"I haven't improvised in a loooong time, but Will Hines wrote a book that makes me want to. I'm tearing through it" - Rich Sommer, Mad Men, UCB improv team America
"I read this book" - Shannon O'Neill, Artistic Director of UCB NY