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Here’s a bounty of goodies any improviser (maybe you?) would love to open on Festivus morning. First up…
A Load Of Hooey
Bob Odenkirk’s new book is just the thing to get you through post-Breaking Bad, pre-Better Call Saul doldrums.
Like Steve Martin’s Pure Drivel, A Load of Hooey is a pastiche of bits and pieces from one of comedy’s most ingenious minds. As the description says, “Odenkirk’s debut resembles nothing so much as a hilarious new sketch comedy show that’s exclusively available as a streaming video for your mind.”
If you want to up your long form game, look no further than Improvising Now. Rob Norman’s book is as entertaining as it is educational, and at 150 pages, it’s the perfect stocking stuffer. (If you have stretchy, rectangular stockings.)
Bears & Balls: The Colbert Report A-Z
Only six more shows! Thankfully, Sharilyn Johnson and Remy Maisel’s Bears & Balls: The Colbert Report A-Z helps ease the pain. Crammed with memorable moments and “who knew?” insights, this meticulously researched volume is a worthy addition to any Colbert fan’s shrine.
Vape to your heart’s content this holiday season with the sexy new Pax Vaporizer. At 300 bucks it ain’t exactly cheap, but it’s amazing how many impoverished improvisers swear by it.
Now you can be in the moment, every moment, with our very own improviser’s clock. Click here or below to shop the full range of designs. And be sure to check out our store for cool shirt designs by Rob Ariss Hills.
Improv teaches us this moment is all that exists. And now there’s a timepiece to prove it.
Whether you’re rehearsing, thinking about starting a hillbilly vampire-themed improv night, or just contemplating ordering pizza, this clock is a great reminder that the best time to do anything is now.
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“Be in this moment. Now be here in this moment. Now be here in this moment.” – Twitter CEO, Dick Costolo, quoting Martin de Maat