And I'm not just saying that because I'm now the President of the company (all hail me!).
The disappointing thing is that we only had 16 people in the audience, and most - if not all - were fellow improvisers or friends.
Now it's been my responsibility for a while to look after marketing and promotions for Impro Mafia, and I confess I've been performing below par in recent times - my head has been elsewhere.
But having seen the great quality shows we're putting on in great venues (we have regular gigs at the Brisbane Arts Theatre too), I'm really keen to build our audiences and most importantly - introduce new people to impro.
I'm keen to get input from you, dear readers, about how you determine where and when you spend your entertainment dollars. Do you like live theatre or comedy? How much are you prepared to spend on entertainment that ISN'T a movie? What influences your choice - production values; proximity to public transport; proximity to a pub? And where do you find out information about "What's On" - from newspapers, radio, the internet, word of mouth?
Finally, I'll end by stating we have two theatre shows left this year:
- "Iron Improviser" Sunday 7 December at the Brisbane Arts Theatre $10
- "Grudge Match Christmas Special" Sunday 14 December at the StageDoor Dinner Theatre $11