Being in Two Cults: What Can Improv Learn from Larp?
Michael Such
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I’ve also produced some larps on improv stages here in Austin, TX, including The Tribunal, Previous Occupants, Juggernaut, and Icebox: Decompression, a larp written specifically for a run of shows at the Hideout. I’m a huge fan of mixing these two art forms, and intensely interested in what they can learn from each other.

(I’m also performing in Peter Roger’s Fiasco show. :) )

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