Raising the “stakes” in your work typically raises the energy, attack, and momentum as well.
Setting a playful but professional tone in the rehearsal hall is a challenging and crucial goal worthy of our utmost attention.
Most of us know “Presence” when we see it. Here are some thoughts about how to nurture this elusive quality.
If you’re looking for a way to amp up the emotional voracity of your characters, look no further… I give you “Mantras.”
Accessing and channeling our inner emotional truths is the artistic pursuit of a lifetime, but “E” is for “Emotional Truth” offers some bite-sized tactics to assist in this worthy endeavor.
This may be a less widely used term but “C” is for “Cartooning” examines a common improv trap when it comes to getting details to the stage.
“Scene Ending in I Love You” can push your acting to new heights.
“A” is for “Acting” considers some scripted theatre techniques that are worthy of emulation in our work on the improv stage.