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Improv, science, and the everyday.
Clay Drinko, Ph.D.
Is theatrical improvisation an effective anxiety treatment? New research is beginning to say yes.
Shame can lead to creative mortification: when we give up on a creative pursuit altogether. Improvisation can teach us how to prevent creative mortification in three ways.
Research is finally revealing that theatrical improvisation can teach us how to reduce our inner critic and let creativity flourish.
Clay Drinko is an educator, an improviser, and the author of Theatrical Improvisation, Consciousness, and Cognition.