In a… blog entry, with a… heaping helping of suggestions, while a… reader contemplates the scenic possibilities.
Few scenes guarantee a more epic ending than “Famous Last Words.”
You can never truly know just who will walk through that door in “Here They Come!”
Everyone gets a little chance to shine in the short-form game, “Emotional Door.”
“Chapters” mixes up the order of the dramatic action in a dynamic and challenging way.
Have you experienced the ensemble delights of “The Café?”
The physical playfulness and energy of this game can provide a nice short-form “out” if the energy of your show is sagging a little.
I like that this games requires players to both give and receive clues as the scene unfolds.
Does anyone use a “Typewriter” any more? Here’s a new game with an old name.
“Rhyme Fire-Line” builds critical skills, forges ensemble, and dusts off your improv cobwebs before you head into the gauntlet of more complex scene work.