Tane Danger is a 2014 Bush Fellow and the co-founder of civic affairs inspired improv comedy show, The Theater of Public Policy. An improv performer, teacher and director since 2003, Tane firmly believes the world would be a better place if it were a little less scripted (and tries to make it so every day). In addition to his work with The Theater of Public Policy, Tane presents keynote addresses and workshops on the intersection of improv theater with civic collaboration and leadership. In 2014, Tane was awarded a Bush Fellowship, which he is using to grow as an artist and a civic leader, and to obtain his master’s in public policy from the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs.
Improv Crash Course: Saving the World Without a Script