improv


improv
adjective Etymology: short for improvisation Date: 1978 of, relating to, or being improvisation and especially an improvised comedy routine • improv noun

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  • Improv A Go Go — is a weekly showcase for local improvisational theatre (or improv) groups in the Twin Cities. Produced by Five Man Job and hosted by the Brave New Workshop, it runs most Sundays during the year. [ [http://www.tcdailyplanet.net/article/2007/11/08/e… …   Wikipedia

  • Improv — may refer to:* Improvisation, an act of spontaneous invention * Musical improvisation * Improvisational theatre * The Improv, a chain of U.S. comedy clubs * Lotus Improv, a spreadsheet programee also* Improve …   Wikipedia

  • improv — [im′präv΄] Informal n. 1. improvisation; specif., a skit or act in which the actors improvise a situation 2. the art or technique of doing such improvisations adj. relating to or doing improvisation [an improv course, an improv theater] …   English World dictionary

  • improv — 1970 as colloquial shortening for IMPROVISATION (Cf. improvisation). The New York City comedy club, founded in 1963, was, in full, The Improvisation …   Etymology dictionary

  • improv — [[t]ɪ̱mprɒv[/t]] N UNCOUNT Improv is acting or singing in which someone invents the words or music as they speak. Improv is an abbreviation for improvisation . [INFORMAL] …   English dictionary

  • improv — im|prov [ˈımprɔv US pra:v] n [U] informal improvisation acting, singing, performing etc without preparing what you will say first ▪ comedy improv …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • improv — /ˈɪmprɒv/ (say improv) noun → impro …   Australian English dictionary

  • improv — /im prov/, n. Informal. improvisation. [by shortening] * * * …   Universalium

  • improv — noun a) improvisation b) a form of live entertainment characterized by improvisation and interaction with the audience Syn: impro …   Wiktionary

  • improv — noun another term for impro …   English new terms dictionary