Category Archives: Improv

“Who Killed the Customers?” Returns!

Actors from the Centre Club’s Killer Cast have been invited to bring “Who Killed the Customers?” to West Pasco Chamber of Commerce’s Business Development Week, January 23 through January 27, 2017. In addition to original cast members Loren Murfield, Thanecha … Continue reading

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Broadway here we come

“Who killed the business?” didn’t make the cover of Variety on Saturday morning, but we definitely should have. To put it in the words of co-producer Dr. Loren Murfield, “This has been an exhilarating experience. I loved how everyone made … Continue reading

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A night of improv training for only $30

You’ve heard me tout the value of Tommy Galan’s improv training. Tommy is teaching his Learn How to Speak in Public and How to Network Successfully: One-Night Workshop again on Wednesday, May 2 from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Tommy … Continue reading

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At the last Awards Breakfast, Pattie Meyer, who heads the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce TV initiative, walks up to me, hands me a microphone, and asks me to talk about the benefits of Manhattan Chamber of Commerce membership. I’m always … Continue reading

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Light years ahead of any ordinary public speaking course

At a Manhattan Chamber of Commerce event one morning, I met Tommy Galan of the Peoples Improv Theater. Tommy shared his background and talked about his work at “The PIT.” I’d always been interested… well curious about improv. Not that … Continue reading

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