What a weekend! Baltimore Improv Group (BIG) started a new Friday evening event that honors Baltimoreans who make the city a better place.
Last Friday, Deputy City Solicitor of Baltimore Dana Petersen Moore told a story about her life. BIG's best improvisers then created a series of scenes based on her experiences.
The BIG Time starts at 8pm on Friday nights, and here is the schedule for the rest of January:
January 12: Doreen Bolger, arts supporter and former director, Baltimore Museum of Art
January 19: Colin Campbell, Reporter, The Baltimore Sun
January 25: Ann Costlow, Founder, Sofi's Crepes
Jess Henkin and Laura Wexler of Stoop Storytelling Series hosted a successful fundraiser for Baltimore Improv Group. We can't thank them enough! Mike Subelsky, BIG Founder, also shared a story along with Thomas Dotstry, Patrick Hampton, Jordan Lally, and Sheila McMeniman.
Will Hines (UCB - LA) told a story about taking a leap and booking time to record a podcast session at the famed Abby Road Studios. Talk about taking a leap!
Several improvisers also took workshops with Will Hines and learned about the importance of details in scenes. Everyone had a blast!
We hope to see you in January, and stay tuned for February's schedule!
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