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Ladies and gentlemen, it is February. You know what that means… Awwww, yeah. Love is in the air.

It reminds me of a little story, a little ditty about Jeremy and Tracy.

The scene opens on a party. It’s a classic Hollywood meet cute (except for the Hollywood part). Our charming young ingénues arrive for a night of fun, wholly unaware that this night, this party, will change their lives forever. In a crowded room they find each other and then…

We find ourselves – and our young lo… Read More

Whole  World’s own, Tanya Wagner sat down with fellow Main Stage Performer, Carlos Giron to learn more about what makes him the rock star he is.  This is her interview:

TANYA: Okay, Carlos, I’m going to start with the basics and see where the road takes us! Tell us about your Whole World journey, when did you start and why did you do it?

CARLOS: Ah, the year was 2009. Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian had just been released. Angela Park won the LPGA Championship and Ne… Read More

Ah, the holidays. ‘Tis the season for management to gather in the office and come up with clever sayings to put on holiday promotional materials. My inappropriate suggestions were brushed aside, such as: “Perverted Uncle Bob groping you again this holiday? Escape and come to Whole World Improv.” After the laughter in the office died down, it was followed by a resounding ewww.

This year, the theme is Holiday Road Trip. Every year, I pull out all my camera equipment and set it up and hav… Read More

Drew Dotson is a main stage actor at Whole World Theatre and WWIT’s Actor of the Month! She was born in Alpharetta, Georgia and has spent most of her life in the Peach State. She grew up in Douglasville, which, (as she calls it) in Atlanta terms is “out past Six Flags.” She was always outgoing and initially challenged her energy as a soccer player, a swimmer and a dancer.
Teachers described her as a bit of a “goof-off,” but she did well in school. She’s not ashamed to admit that she got… Read More

As Whole World Improv Theatre moves forward in our twenty first year, changes are once again in place. As an eminent force in the improv community, Whole World always holds its actors and staff to the high standards of professional theatre. With that said…let me get real with you. I don’t want this blog to be stuffy and stale. I want it to be as fun and fresh as any of our shows. I want to encourage others from our staff and crew to post to our blog. Keep checking in for insider news and upc… Read More