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Quanta Magazine recently spoke with Loh about his approach to coaching, why he enrolled in improv comedy classes and the reason he often runs from place to place.

In improv the principle is if you start doing something, you’re not supposed to suddenly go and say, “Oh, no, sorry, that was wrong.”

He even acted in skits, a skill he didn’t pick up again until joining college improv, from where it would shape his career trajectory.

He said he had recently taken rap improv classes to improve his ability to think on his feet, and found it terrifying.

You wouldn’t trust an improv actor playing a doctor to give you medical advice.

Female stars of the nation's premier improv collective read a gay friend's Grindr messages.

Stephen Colbert, Amy Poehler, Steve Carell, and a host of others got their start with the improv troupe.

Developing a solid rapport with your fellow cast members to allow for some magical improv when the cameras start rolling?

But he becomes animated when talking about his background in musical theater, improv comedy, and character acting.

The 30-year-old actor was primarily known for his comedy chops—a product of the improv-heavy Judd Apatow talent factory.

It is certain, Virgil is much indebted to him, tho' he has much improv'd his Manner.

A Genius, in order to be much improv'd, should be well workt, and kept in close Application to its proper Pursuit.

John Andrews tells the story of the school boys who, in the phrase of the day, "improv'd" the coast on School Street.

The blooming boy, who left his image in my young heart, is at four and twenty improv'd in every grace that fix'd him there.

When will human Reason be sufficiently improv'd to see the Advantage of this!

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On this page you'll find 341 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to improv, such as: ad hoc, ad-lib, automatic, autoschediastic, by ear, and casual.

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