10 - A User's Guide to Extemporaneous Speaking: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Improvisation, Adaptation, "Crutching," and Authenticity


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A full conversation with Strother Gaines, about the good and bad in your head as you are speaking, what we can learn about adaptation from Segway tours, why it might be okay to call the governor in improv, what "crutching" is and how to stop it, and how to perform at your best when you're not quite feeling it. (Originally published January 30, 2018).

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