Ryan Millar

Improv

Ryan has been teaching, performing, directing and writing about improv for nearly twenty years. In addition to regular classes and shows in Amsterdam, he travels regularly to festivals around Europe to perform and teach.

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Writing

Ryan writes plays, feature articles, short film scripts, short fiction, comedy sketches and other stuff besides – including the blog on the right. Much of his writing he does for clients like ING, Heineken and Shell, but a great deal of it he does for himself.

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Training

Ryan helps individuals and businesses improve the ways they think and interact – internally and externally. Applied improv, storytelling and communications training are all right in his wheelhouse.

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Upcoming Travels, Shows & Workshops

 

8 April ~ My True Story, Mezrab

19 April ~ Improv Level One Showcase, Mezrab 

22 April ~ Themeprov, Mezrab

28 April ~ Improv Extravaganza (with Rocket Sugar Factory), Mezrab

13 May ~  ~ My True Story, Mezrab

16 May ~Learn to love public speaking and presentations, (Guardian Masterclass)

27 May ~ Themeprov, Mezrab

NEW! Level One and Level Two improv courses starting in September! email info [at] marblesimprov . com for more information

Latest thoughts

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A singing handyman (getting better all the time)

My life changed yesterday. In fact, it’s been changing for a while but now everything is brand new.

The “change” began when we moved to Amsterdam, and I started as a freelancer. I became responsible for my […]

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(Improv for) Public speaking

If you know me, you know that I love teaching improv.

I’m currently into a seven-week beginners course, last Saturday I taught a one-day session on improv and creativity. And I’m regularly collaborating on improv components for company […]

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A trip into India

I was in India the other week. That’s a phrase I love slipping into casual conversation (or any conversation really).

But, as much as I enjoy having been there, I didn’t love being there. Because I didn’t fit […]