Storytelling is a live, in-the-moment experience. This means that tellers may need to adjust on the fly to suit the needs of their audience. They may also encounter situations where the story is effected by outside forces (crying babies, trains, etc). Having a flexible approach to performance helps; improvisation gives you those skills. What’s more, improvisation play can help tellers find new stories, go in unexpected directions, and delight their audiences. This fun, playful workshop will introduce you to improvisation techniques that will help you weather the worst interruption, delight your audiences, and find new ways to develop material.