Jason R. Chin is writing in the third-person right now. He has been an improviser, teacher and director in Chicago for the past two decades. He created the improvised news satire, Whirled News Tonight, which is celebrating its eighth year. He also created, directed and co-wrote the infamously shut-down musical, Jedi! A Tour de Force. He is the author of Long-form Improvisation and the Art of Zen, which is available on the Amazon.com. He teaches the art of improvisation around the world (he has taught in Hawaii, Australia, the Philippines and more) and would love to visit your group! Leave a comment or send an e-mail and he’ll get right back to you! Thanks for visiting!


2 comments on “About

  1. I want to thank you for posting about Frank Payne. I only learned of his death this past Saturday. I had been texting him and did not get a reply. I had not been on facebook to see all the posts on his passing. I also read your previous entry on your friend Mike. I too have had a good friend pass from cancer on the 30th. I am struggling to get a handle on the loss of Frank. Your post helps me realize I am not the only person suffering his loss. The world lost a funny, good, kind man. I am not alone missing him. It helps. Thank you.

  2. Hey Jason! It’s Isabel Thompson from your Week 4 class at the iO intensive this summer. I can’t seem to find your email anywhere on the internet, but I’d love to get in touch with you. I have a few questions about future classes, etc. Would you shoot me an email at sblthompson@gmail.com?
    Hope you’re doing well, and look forward to hearing from you.

    Isabel (the short one with curly brown hair who goes to Northwestern)

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