TED Talk Favorite #5
The best part of this TED talk, besides all the humor, is Charlie Todd’s last comment on the point of improv: there is none.
In conclusion to his presentation on The Shared Experience of Absurdity, he says:
“There doesn’t have to be a point. We don’t need a reason. As long as it’s fun and it seems like it’s going to be a funny idea and it seems like the people who witness it will also have a fun time, then that’s enough for us. And I think as adults we need to learn that there’s no right or wrong way to play. Thank you very much.”
There is no right or wrong way to play guys. Let’s remember that.