Bill Younger

Bill Younger first entered the world of improvisation in an effort to become a better auctioneer. His children‘s elementary school was in need of one for their annual auction. Having been a performing musician most of his life, Bill thought being an auctioneer seemed easy. As his first auction approached, he began to worry about his wit. Being the center of attention, a la public-speaking, was different than being witty with friends. A radio comedian Bill listened to, Adam Carolla, spoke about his extensive education in Improv and how it developed his wit. Bill endeavored to find Improv training, and found a studio 15 minutes from home. It was there that he met our leader - Joe.

Trapped In A Rumor is Bill’s first formal experience with any acting company. His experience with this talented group has made him an effective auctioneer. “If the truth were known, if people understood that Improv serves to enhance our life experience as critically as physical and mental exercise, then there would be as many Improv-shops as there are gyms.”

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Alice
11/24/09, 3:21 pm
Having recently attended an Improv Comedy Show, I would like to say that it was very entertaining. This type of comedy is different because there is ...
Cliff
9/03/10, 8:04 am
I was laughing so hard that I cried twice!
Fran Miller
6/22/11, 8:10 pm
Fans who miss the long-running, now defunct, television show "Who's Line is it Anyway?" will feel they've found a suitable replacement with TiR!
Mary
2/11/10, 10:44 am
You were really funny! I had a great time!
Eric
12/17/09, 5:30 pm
I enjoyed watching Trapped in a Rumor. To pull improve like this off, the performers must be creative and quick witted. Occasionally, just as I was s...
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