Get In On the 1000 Scenes Project – There’s Still Time!

So, I’m taking a personal risk here because I want to be sure someone reaches their goal.  Many of you have heard me talk about what a wonderful gift & fun hobby improv has been to me since a friend encouraged me to learn it a few years ago.  I love watching others perform as much as I enjoy performing.

Even after I started oxygen in April, so many people in my own improv community have been so supportive & encouraged me to keep going as I can.   My machines & tubing are virtually invisible to my team & my friends. I’m fortunate in that regard, that they make it an inclusive & warm community  locally.

So many people I’ve known from workshops I’ve taken over time, people who have taught or coached me, friends, other people I’ve met, & performers I’ve admired have all offered their support once they found out I needed a lung transplant.  But that’s not what I’m posting about today.  Continue reading