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improvisational

Definitions

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  • adjective Having the nature of an improvisation.

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Examples

  • Romanski is former director of the Second City Training Center and many of Hollywood Arts 'teachers have backgrounds in improvisational theater.

    Tamar Abrams: Stars Stand Up for Hollywood Arts

  • Romanski is former director of the Second City Training Center and many of Hollywood Arts 'teachers have backgrounds in improvisational theater.

    Tamar Abrams: Stars Stand Up for Hollywood Arts

  • The first rule for producing a funny discussion, it seems, is to invite a couple of authors with backgrounds in improvisational comedy.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • The first rule for producing a funny discussion, it seems, is to invite a couple of authors with backgrounds in improvisational comedy.

    A Seriously Good Funny Panel on Writing for Kids

  • 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."

    Why Hard Times Can Make Great Buildings

  • Aside: “Improv” refers to improvisational exercises.

    The Devil’s in the Diva

  • Aside: “Improv” refers to improvisational exercises.

    The Devil’s in the Diva

  • Aside: “Improv” refers to improvisational exercises.

    The Devil’s in the Diva

  • The good parts make doom metal more improvisational, which is not a problem.

    NYT > Home Page

  • 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.

    Being It

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