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Tag Archives: Accepting
Game Library: “Escalating Scene”
Escalating Scene offers an improv embodiment of the butterfly effect where one small inconsequential action ultimately causes havoc.
“R” is for “Reincorporation”
Time to look at the craft of “Reincorporation.”
Game Library: “Death in a Minute”
This short-form standard packs a punch and requires players to work closely together towards a common goal.
“M” is for “Music”
A little well-executed music can go a long way on the improv stage.
Game Library: “Word at a Time Story”
This ImprovDr blog entry includes two approaches to this classic storytelling improv exercise.
“J” is for “Justification”
As Del Close aptly noted, “The actor’s business is to justify…”
“H” is for “Heighten”
While offers provide the raw material of improv, “Heightening” adds the steam and momentum…
Game Library: “Bus Stop”
“Bus Stop” requires players to mine the simplest of choices in their collective pursuit to find and build the game of the scene.
“E” is for “Ensemble”
What are some of the marks of a healthy and aspirational “Ensemble” that is firing effectively on all cylinders?