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One Night Only Podcast With Miles Stroth

Miles Stroth invites a guest from the improv and acting community for a live interview before a 25 minute long form improvisation set. Miles Stroth began his study of improvisation in 1987 at the famed Second City Theater in Chicago. In 1990 he began working with Charna Halpern and Del Close at the then ImprovOlympic, now IO in Chicago. Miles has been associated with the IO, teaching, performing, directing, ever since. Wanting to express his own unique perceptions of the work to students, Miles opened The Miles Stroth Workshop in 2007. Miles was a member of the seminal improv team The Family, whose members included Adam Mckay, Matt Besser, Ian Roberts, Neil Flynn and Ali Farahnakian. The Family, directed by Del Close, created and introduced into the improv world The Deconstruction and The Movie forms. Miles had the privilege of working with the late Del Close for eight years. Del saw the improv community as a tribe with himself as the Mojo Man and referred to Miles as his Warchief.
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Now displaying: October, 2016
Oct 25, 2016

I had the pleasure of meeting, chatting and playing with Sergio Cilli tonight in the Podcast & Set at The Pack Theater. He has a 5 month old baby and had no business being out tonight. Fun talk and fun set! Thanks again for coming out, Sergio! Now sleep for 2 hours.

Oct 11, 2016

Xchel Hernandez-Zendejas came out for the Podcast & Set tonight. I vaguely remembered him from workshops I had taught 5-10 years ago. What I saw tonight was not what I saw then. Xchel, you can flat out play. Never doubt that. Your commitment to this endless process is inspiring. In every moment I shared with you tonight you were spot fucking on. I had a blast. Also, we made the poop olympics work! Lets never do that again. Thanks again for coming out!

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