- adj. Having the nature of an improvisation.
“The first rule for producing a funny discussion, it seems, is to invite a couple of authors with backgrounds in improvisational comedy.”
“Romanski is former director of the Second City Training Center and many of Hollywood Arts 'teachers have backgrounds in improvisational theater.”
“Milstein Hall shows off one extreme of a current concept popular with academic and research institutions and geared to encourage what the OMA architects call "improvisational interaction.”
“Aside: “Improv” refers to improvisational exercises.”
“The good parts make doom metal more improvisational, which is not a problem.”
“I've been taking this singing class -- oh, let's just get it all the gay out there and say I've been taking this cabaret singing class, and at each session we begin with vocal warm-ups and some kind of improvisational exercise.”
“Accomplishing anything of scale takes the kind of improvisational talent Obama and his team have shown during the campaign.”
“What emerges in the finished film is remarkably honed and structured: you don't feel the meandering, actory self-indulgence that often mars American "improvisational" cinema.”
“That kind of improvisational and moment-to-moment reality is what Jimmy was excellent at.”
“Ford encouraged Rogers in his tendency to ad lib and, as a result, the picture, though clearly dated at times, has a kind of improvisational freshness, as well as the director's signature ability to evoke tears over bygone times.”
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