Jay Sukow Improv Interviews

Jay Sukow Improv Interviews

Join me today to meet Jay Sukow, an actor, director, filmmaker and improviser, who has been performing scripted and improvised work professionally for over 20 years. Jay has trained with improv legends that include Stephen Colbert, Steve Carell, Jon Favreau, David Razowsky, Keith Johnstone, Dick Schaal, Del Close, and Mick Napier. Jay is a faculty member of The Second City and has performed regularly as part of their “Those Who Can’t” Faculty Jam.

Click to Listen on Apple Podcasts Jay taught and coached teams at iO Chicago, where he was also head of its artistic committee, ComedySportz Chicago, Club Med International, Illinois State University, the New Orleans Improv Festival, the Phoenix Long Form Improv Festival, the C-U Improv Festival, and The Chicago Improv Festival, among others. Jay teaches improv to people from every walk of life, from beginning students to executives at Fortune 100 companies. He was an ensemble member of ComedySportz Chicago and several teams at iO Chicago and has performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the Del Close Marathon, the C/U Improv Festival and the New Orleans Improv Festival. Jay has been a guest performer at Boom Chicago, the Second City, the Second City ETC, the Second City Northwest and Messing with a Friend.

Jay has written, produced and been a cast member of the narrative features American Legacy and directed Trubadeuax: A Restaurant Movie, both of which feature improvised dialogue within a scripted storyline. Learn more about my fascinating friend Jay through the links below.

Learn all about Jay at todayimprov.com

Clip of Jay’s film Legacy Clip of Jay’s improvised comedy “Trubadeaux”

You might want to listen to my fascinating discussions with other improv innovators using improv creatively including Craig and Carla Cackowski and Ed Asner.

*Improv Interviews podcast‘ is introduced by Susan L. Parker of yourinternationalvoice.com

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