Many exciting improv adventures begin with “A” is for “Auditions.” Here are some tips to help you navigate this often stressful process.
Here are some musings on possible contracts we could or should have as improvisers with our “Audience.”
Have you ever experienced the tyranny of deferring politeness? If so, “A” is for “Assumption” might be just the blog post for you!
While not all improv companies use audience suggestions as an inspirational launching point, this approach remains common. “A” is for “Ask-for” considers some best practices for getting the most out of these moments.
The latest entry in my series exploring the “A” to “Z” of improv terminology and techniques.
“A” is for “Approval” considers some techniques for pursuing our own goals on the improv stage as opposed to seeking the (real or imagined) approval of others.
“A” is for “Ambiguity” – if the title is unclear, then read on…
“A” is for “Advancing” explores ways to develop and build the action in your scenes.
Here are some ideas to improve our ability to closely read our partner’s choices with “A” is for “Active Listening.”
“A” is for “Acting” considers some scripted theatre techniques that are worthy of emulation in our work on the improv stage.