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==History==
 
==History==
Kayla will appear in [[The 44-Hour Improv Marathon]] as a core cast member.
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Kayla appeared in [[The 44-Hour Improv Marathon]] as a core cast member.
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In 2013, she moved away to Chicago.
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A post from her about the first improv show she ever saw:<blockquote><p>My sister and I were in love with ''Whose Line'' when we were little kids. Then when I was a teenager, I performed in a yearly shortform show at my high school my junior and senior years. I'm pretty sure it was horrible and blue and stupid, but I had so much fun.</p>
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<p>The first live improv show I *saw* was a Harold at UCB when I was interning in NYC in summer 2010. I thought it was really groovy and I liked all the organic group game stuff. It looked really fun, and I believed it was something I could learn to do and would enjoy. But I put it on my "someday" list.</p>
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<p>Then, I came back to Austin a few months later. I went to a [[Pgraph]] show with my friend who had free tickets because she was taking an improv class. The show stuck in my mind because I'd never seen an improvised narrative, and I certainly had never seen any dramatic improv. It was their Eris format and [[Roy Janik|Roy]]'s character died or disappeared in space or something. I hate sci-fi, but I loved that show because it wasn't really about sci-fi at all; it was about people and feelings.</p> </blockquote>
  
 
==Troupes==
 
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==Shows==
 
==Shows==
 
* ''[[Austin Secrets]]''
 
* ''[[Austin Secrets]]''
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* ''[[Blood, Sweat, and Cheers]]'' (Chrissy McCarthy)
 
* ''[[Pocketful of Posies]]''
 
* ''[[Pocketful of Posies]]''
 
* ''[[Spirited]]''
 
* ''[[Spirited]]''
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==More Information==
 
==More Information==
 
* [http://forum.austinimprov.com/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=11684 Her self-introduction thread] on [[The AIC Forum]].
 
* [http://forum.austinimprov.com/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=11684 Her self-introduction thread] on [[The AIC Forum]].
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* [http://yesandrew.com/2013/07/05/in-praise-of-kayla-lane-freeman/ "In Praise Of..." post] by [[Karen Jane DeWitt]].
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* [http://www.hideouttheatre.com/marathon-musings-before-leaving-austin A post bidding farewell to Austin] from the Hideout blog.
  
 
[[Category:Performers|Freeman]]
 
[[Category:Performers|Freeman]]

Latest revision as of 10:48, 18 February 2016


Kayla Lane Freeman

Kaylalane.png

Primary Theater None
Years Active 2011-2013

Kayla Lane Freeman is an improv performer.

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[edit] History

Kayla appeared in The 44-Hour Improv Marathon as a core cast member.

In 2013, she moved away to Chicago.

A post from her about the first improv show she ever saw:

My sister and I were in love with Whose Line when we were little kids. Then when I was a teenager, I performed in a yearly shortform show at my high school my junior and senior years. I'm pretty sure it was horrible and blue and stupid, but I had so much fun.

The first live improv show I *saw* was a Harold at UCB when I was interning in NYC in summer 2010. I thought it was really groovy and I liked all the organic group game stuff. It looked really fun, and I believed it was something I could learn to do and would enjoy. But I put it on my "someday" list.

Then, I came back to Austin a few months later. I went to a Pgraph show with my friend who had free tickets because she was taking an improv class. The show stuck in my mind because I'd never seen an improvised narrative, and I certainly had never seen any dramatic improv. It was their Eris format and Roy's character died or disappeared in space or something. I hate sci-fi, but I loved that show because it wasn't really about sci-fi at all; it was about people and feelings.

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