NH Reporter on PILL & Medical Improv

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Paul Briand captured the best of my new business-PILL-Portsmouth Improv Learning Lab and the evolution of Medical Improv.

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“Experiential activities from the world of improv can be made to be safe, fun and transformative. When there is no pressure to perform, this process of divine play can also lead to new friendships and much joy,” said Boynton. Read more

Next entry level class starts July 10th-Discover PILL-The Improv Way to Have Fun, Meet Nice People, & Grow!-6 Monday eves of divine play! Maybe see you in class?

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