About the Workshop
Listening is a key element in improv and yet it’s a skill we have to practice on and off stage.
Come and play and pick up some more tools on how to be a keen listener that allows you to pick up on the subtleties in a scene that can make all the difference in the world when you use them.
It also just really makes your scene partners feel good when you listen to them just like you feel good when you’re listened to.
Michelle Gilliam is a voice actor and improviser. She has been involved in the improv comedy scene for over 20 years.
Michelle has had the pleasure of performing all over the country and being immersed in the Milwaukee, Chicago, and Boston improv scenes, which gives her a unique and well-rounded perspective.
Michelle is the owner of Improv MKE LLC, and is passionate about connecting the global improv community through online and in-person classes, workshops, skill-based drop ins, and jams.
A few fun facts about Michelle: She sang at Carnegie Hall when she was 15 years old, and her grandfather, Clarence W. Gilliam, invented the chemical formula for glow sticks, or chemiluminescence.