Think fast: the Canadian Improv Games take the spotlight on CBC Gem

Andrew Phung

Improvisational theatre is the ultimate test for a stage performer: thinking fast on your feet and creating imaginative worlds with characters and ridiculous story arcs from nothing but a simple prompt from the audience ain’t easy. 

It’s how actor Andrew Phung got his start in television. Kim’s Convenience creator Ins Choi discovered Phung while he was performing on stage at an improv show at the Edmonton Fringe Festival.

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