Choose to Know

I moved to a new city and bombed my first improv class — but it taught me a lesson I’ll carry with me forever

J. Colette Prosper
Human Parts

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TTwo weeks after moving to Los Angeles, I started an improv class at Groundlings Theatre in Hollywood. Taking the class was part of my plan to fully immerse myself into the city’s creative culture, while hopefully making new friends. Not being able to make…

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J. Colette Prosper
Human Parts

Colette is a Haitian-American writer from Brooklyn who thinks ‘Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead’ is a phenomenal movie. She now lives in Los Angeles.