“This is Zach –”
“— and this is Willie, and to get started, can we have a suggestion of anything, anything at all!”
So began Zach & Willie, the theater-program thesis production of Zach Zimmerman ’10. For the first half of the show, Zimmerman and Willie Myers ’11 performed a series of improvised scenes based on the suggestion of one audience member. The word offered: “toothbrush.”
In the next moment, Zimmerman and Myers were two students shaving at the sink and discussing their big dates.
“We embrace whatever we feel the scene looks like, and come up with characters,” Zimmerman said. “It’s sort of organic in that sense. You’re building a reality.”
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