Jeremy Natter studied with Nick Morgan. Jeremy’s philosophy of improv has been shaped by the many wonderful teachers and players he has worked with. Jeremy teaches Level 1 classes.
“My philosophy of improv has been shaped by the many wonderful teachers and players I have worked with. Improv is a lot like life, none of us know what we’re doing. We’re all just struggling through it, until we figure out how to play. And when we play and support one another, we can all succeed.” This to me is the heart of Improv. Improv teaches you not only to say “yes” , but to acknowledge and accept ideas, giving them a chance...giving them life. When we support one another, beautiful things happen...Say “YES” to Improv AND see where you can go.”
Ashley Geiger has studied improv with Nick Morgan, Erin Kanary, Martin Verni, and Diana DePasquale. She’s also taken classes at Pointless Improv in Ann Arbor and with the Toledo Rep. Ashley has witnessed first hand how improv changes lives for the better, both in her own life and in the lives of others. She has been privileged to offer improv workshops inside a local correctional facility, and integrates improv in all of the classes she teaches at a regional university.