This entry articulates some helpful qualities for a strong improvised narrative or story.
Starting the new year (and a new letter) with a little “Kindness.”
It’s hard for a lackluster scene to withstand the joyful lambasting that is “Act Harder.”
Here’s a format that’s well-suited to upending a reliance on the spoken word: “Gibberish Scene.”
Improv often breaks the fourth wall of performance; “Scene in the Audience” takes that concept to the nth degree.
Here are some musings on possible contracts we could or should have as improvisers with our “Audience.”
“Options” provides a helpful opportunity to really stretch your ask-for muscles as an improviser.
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.