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In contrast, staged improvisers do not have the responsibility of causing some mental state change in their audience (beyond some broad hope that the audience will be entertained). The teacher as performer has a more explicitly articulated responsibility to the students:€they must learn the required material. Stage improvisers do not have this sort of responsibility. This leads to a very different balance of structure and improvisation in classrooms than in performance genres like jazz. The balance shifts toward a greater degree of structure and a lesser degree of improvisation.

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