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By Lucy Findley, Current Bovine Student & Intern

Easier said than done: this overused saying was running through my head before I pulled into the parking garage before my first Level 1 improv class at Bovine Metropolis Theater. I’ve wanted to do improv for years now, but I always managed to find an excuse to avoid signing up. What I didn’t realize then was that the timing was not the problem. I was the only thing holding myself back.

To throw in another overused saying― I am my own worst enemy. It really is true though. I know my potential, but I often shy away from pursuing my dreams because of own own self-consciousness. All of this changed...

Setting the Scene with Frankie Millington

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  • Thu, 09/27/2018

Starting in September 2018 our Student Blog will highlight various Bovinians!  Featuring current students, former students, teachers, etc., all sharing their stories and perspective on what the Bovine and their improv experience means to them.


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Setting the Scene with Chloe Toscano

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  • Thu, 09/06/2018

Starting in September 2018 our Student Blog will highlight various Bovinians!  Featuring current students, former students, teachers, etc., all sharing their stories and perspective on what the Bovine and their improv experience means to them.


 

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Setting the Scene with Mike Burke

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  • Thu, 09/06/2018

Starting in September 2018 our Student Blog will highlight various Bovinians!  Featuring current students, former students, teachers, etc., all sharing their stories and perspective on what the Bovine and their improv experience means to them.


Interview with Mike Burke, 2018

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Setting the Scene for an Improv Journey: Bovine Student Blog

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  • Thu, 06/14/2018

By Lucy Findley, Current Bovine Student & Intern

Easier said than done: this overused saying was running through my head before I pulled into the parking garage before my first Level 1 improv class at Bovine Metropolis Theater. I’ve wanted to do improv for years now, but I always managed to find an excuse to avoid signing up. What I didn’t realize then was that the timing was not the problem. I was the only thing holding myself back.

To throw in another overused saying― I am my own worst enemy. It really is true though. I know my potential, but...