Here’s the first entry in the ImprovDr Game Library Expansion Pack I, “Actor’s Nightmare.”
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Game Library: “Starting in the Middle”
…in the middle of this description.
Game Library: “Booth Torture”
This dynamic provides a whole new way to level up your justification skills!
Game Library: “Stop and Go”
A warm-up to stretch your give and take muscles…
Game Library: “Name Circle”
Here’s a super-sized ImprovDr Game Library entry with eight different name games!
“F” is for “Fear”
A consideration of when to run towards fear on the improv stage and when to apply the breaks…
“A” is for “Approval”
“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.
“C” is for “Commandments”
This ImprovDr “Game Library” entry gathers and hyperlinks all ten commandments from my earlier series in the one helpful place.
Game Library: “Room at the Inn”
A lighthearted and active warm-up game, “Room at the Inn” provides the next addition to the Game Library.
“A” is for “Abandon”
“A” is for “Abandon” is the first entry in a series that explores fundamental concepts and theories that help make improv happen!