The last improv “H” is for “Hosting” – that critical fellow improviser that can make or break a short- or long-form experience.
Here’s an exercise to help pace heightening moves when exploring the game of a scene.
While offers provide the raw material of improv, “Heightening” adds the steam and momentum…
There’s a lot of room for playful discovery in the short-form game “Oscar-Winning Moments.”
This ImprovDr blog post seeks to get a handle on the tradition of adding “Handles” to our scenes.
A simple matter of counting to a set target can surprisingly bring an ensemble together…
“Groupmind” stands as a rich but potentially problematic pursuit in our spontaneous endeavors.
“Focus Ball,” the latest addition to the ImprovDr “Game Library,” allows improvisers to playfully explore the skills of giving and taking focus.
Let’s take a look at some best practices designed to help us “Give” focus on stage…
“Subtitles” explores the frequently humorous disparity of what may become lost in translation as a movie moves from one language to another.