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 I wanted to be a standup comedian, but for one reason or another, improv intrigued me.
I learned that Tommy was teaching an improv version of public speaking and that it was targeted to business people. I said, “Sign me up.” (Ultimately, I recruited four friends to join me.)
To get a feeling for what my first (but not my last) experience was like, read my GUEST BLOG at Improv Your Work, CLICK HERE.
By the way, Tommy will be teaching the Public Speaking Improv class I mention above again on Wednesday, March 7. It’s a one-night workshop from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. It’s powerful stuff and a great experience. Click here for more information.