Ultimate Improv

Is an appropriate name. What an amazing time I had last night doing those shows. It's nice to have a job doing improv, but sometimes it's very easy to forget how much I really love doing *Improv*. For those who don't know what the hell I'm talking about, there's a great little theatre in Westwood, CA that I worked at for 2 and a half years before moving to Amsterdam to do Boom Chicago. The theatre is full of some of the funniest people I've ever worked with. Funny. And it's just this little undiscovered place where UCLA students hang out. Someday, that place is going to explode. They can't keep doing shows at the speed and intensity that they do without someone taking notice. It's been an honor to work with them, even if the atmosphere sometimes got a little ... thick. The people there work from their souls and really respond to everyone and everything around them. Such a delight.

Now I'm in Anaheim again, and finishing up my last day of Anime Expo 2003. Good friends in tow (Josh and Jess) -- I couldn't ask for a more fulfilling vacation. I really am lucky.