In the last five years, Improv training has expanded into the mainstream. More people, both performers and non-performers alike, are reaping the benefits of regular improv training in their daily lives:
"I think improv helps people become better humans. It makes people listen better. Improv rules are life rules. And so, if a lot more people are taking improv, a lot more people are being thoughtful in their daily life about how they interact with each other."
- Julie Brister, Upright Citizens Brigade
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