Check out these podcasts, live streams, reviews, and interviews!
Karen and Ben Riggs chat in an episode of Plot Points Podcast about how the games they played changed over the years, the great debate over “play acting,” and the first time they each embarrassed themselves in front of someone famous. Click over to the Plot Points website to check it out!
That DnD Podcast featured Improv for Gamers in two episodes! First up was an interview with Erin Castillo, Renee Doiron, Zach Cullimore, and Karen Twelves, talking about the development of the workshops and the book, and some of the shared theories of play in improv and gaming.
Karen joined the DnD Podcast folks again to put theory into action and play some improv!
Rev and Tass of The Critshow chat at the end of Episode 55 about Improv for Gamers and what insights they had as fellow dual-classed improvisor-gamers. Check it out:
Sean Nittner from Evil Hat sits down with Gage Verronneau to chat about the publishing process and current projects. Check out the discussion of Improv for Gamers starting at 26:33!
Lovely chat with Jason Cordova on The Gauntlet podcast about improv, performative play and creativity, capped off with what is currently bringing us joy!
Mia and Karen joined Senda and Andi from She’s a Super Geek to talk about improv, how the workshops developed, and play some fun games!
Gnome Stew provides a comprehensive review of our book and what readers can expect to learn from it.
Review by The Anxious Gamer
An insightful review by Eleanor Hingley, with thoughts on how to expand and customize improv for tabletop groups!
Eric Vulgaris featured Improv for Gamers on Once Upon a Game. We played some fun and silly improv, and also stretched our repertoire of character voices.
Twitch Stream with Ash McAllan
Fun times were had playing some improv games on Twitch, hosted by Ash McAllan, and talking about what we all can take away from it to apply to our roleplaying experiences.
Review: Improv for Gamers
A comprehensive review from Brazillian reader, Fábio Emilio Costa.
We answered Five or So Questions with Brie Beau Sheldon about the workshops, the book, and what a gamer can take away from an improv class.
Have a listen to a lovely chat between Karen Twelves and Alex Roberts about performance, play, and the importance of trust on Backstory.
Jeff, Francis, and Karen discover the hidden secrets of Ewoks and anteaters while playing Animal Secrets! Check that out and more geeky improv fun in this special episode of Super Geeked Up!