How appropriate to end our series of B’s with “B” is for “Button.” For something so common in our work I find this element of improv isn’t particularly widely addressed.
If the choices of others onstage tend to bounce off you and leave you unchanged, then do I have the blog entry for you: “B” is for “Bulletproof”.
If your excitement can tend to get the better of you on stage, “B” is for “Bulldozing” offers some strategies to help you prioritize your teammates.
I’m breaking up the routine a little with my latest entry, “B” is for “Breaking Routines.”
“B” is for “Blocking” considers the relationship between saying “no” and the fears that many improvisers and performers wrestle with on stage.
“B” is for “Balance” examines four different definitions of this important improv concept.