I started the year with high hopes of doing Success Team
Workshops based on the works of Barbara
One large gathering in January and one small one in October, were
pleasant, but didnít produce an actual team.
Things that did happen, while I was making other plans, included teaching
improv workshops and camcorder classes in October and November.
The Improbable Improvisational Ensemble went on an
unplanned hiatus in 1999. In
June, Larry Pitts
and I edited archival footage of the groups early days at the Iron Door Comedy Cabaret into a 30-minute program
called I2E=The Improbable Improvisational
Ensemble for Foothills
Community Access Television (FCAT).
With new blood from the workshops and diehard performers from the past,
the improv outlook for the year 2000 is bright.
I am exceeding grateful for those who offered the group support through
The camcorder classes came about when FCATís
former Executive Director, Eric Tomb, asked me to help out.
It was a great experience and I look forward to seeing exciting new cable
programming from my students.