If you are a fan of the improv comedy genre, then one of the people whom you should be looking out for is Christian Capozzoli. He is one of the most prominent figures in the said genre, and is an established comedian for this particular type of comedy. He has, through the years both published books and starred/written various movies, most of which, have managed to earn rave revies from critics, with the most prestigious of this being the Post and New York Times. Here is a look at some of the works that he has done.
Aerodynamics of Yes: The Improviser’s Manual
This book serves as the perfect guide for those who wish to hone their skills in doing improvisational comedy. There are a lot of things that you have to consider, and there are a lot of ways in order for you to do this type of comedy. Despite this, however, it’s not as easy as how others may think. While creativity isn’t something that can’t be taught, at least you could have a springboard in venturing out on this particular genre, as it allows you to understand the science behind how this genre of comedy works.
While Capozzoli is popular for his comedy, he also knows how to take on other genres as well. One of his works that exemplify this is Jetsam County, which revolves around a Sheriff, by the name of Clay Everdean. The story is filled with weird creatures, guns, and portals to wild, wide worlds, while teaching you morals, as well as talking about villains and borders. This is a place where both locomotive activity, as well as good an evil mash up together to give you one amazing story that gives you the thrills as you move from chapter to chapter.