It's weird, because I personally felt rather happy about my improv, which is something that almost never happens. At one point, I basically had a 2 minute monologue, where I found a fun little game that the audience seemed to enjoy. It later occured to me that it was a far better "Shakespeare" style speech than I've ever done in a Shakespearean scene in Maestro. Funny. Our audience wasn't terribly receptive, but they did laugh from time to time.
I dunno. I liked it, despite some hiccups. And it's good to do stuff that's challenging.