@BobWeide Two of the many reasons I don’t want my week directing “Parks and Recreation” to end. #ParksandRec http://yfrog.com/mmpncboj
“The vibe is so positive. There’s such a family dynamic. It’s like Amy and Nick are our parents, and the rest of us are all their weird children”
Aubrey describing the dynamic on the Parks and Rec set to Paper magazine
Definitely it’s kind of the best of both worlds for me. It’s almost like I know the character so well now that improvising as April is the most fun. I’m UCB trained-I came up learning about game, which is a really big part of the Upright Citizens Brigade theater. They teach you about game, and game in a scene is what makes the scene funny. And oftentimes, it’s the character-this is really improv dorky stuff. But I learned about game so early on, and game can be what’s funny in a scene, or it can be a character game. With the show, it feels like we all have our character games down. We know what’s funny about our characters, and then we just have to fit that into whatever situation is happening. So it’s kind of freeing, because I don’t have to worry about who I am at any moment.