You can add more examples to the accidental improvisation section. I find this topic particularly interesting, and since there are numerous occurrences of this in theater and music improv, some videos would really brighten up the page. Whose Line, for instance. Or this clip I just found from a movie called “Clue.” The actress, Madeline Kahn, had forgotten her lines, but stayed in character, and strung together a hilariously incoherent speech which they kept in the film. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z8d8y4BLWtI

In your social dynamics section, good organization and examples. I think you can add a little more to your audience interaction part. You describe different levels of audience interaction in different types of theater, but how can this connect with group flow? Does the audience aid performers in their ways of achieving group flow?