Paul writes: "Experienced improvisers tend to be very enthusiastic about their craft. Yet many people unfamiliar with improvisation imagine they won’t enjoy it. They feel daunted or even frightened. It’s a response that goes beyond a natural caution when dealing with the unexpected – after all, we face uncertainty every day.
This contrast can perhaps be accounted for by various myths circulating about improvisation."
Read about the first of three of the most prevalent here.