A consideration of when to run towards fear on the improv stage and when to apply the breaks…
If you catch yourself committing an improv act of “Erasure,” this ImprovDr entry offers some paths forward for making amends.
Here’s a joyously chaotic exercise called “Rule Breaker” that reveals the import of foundational improv strategies.
“B” is for “Blocking” considers the relationship between saying “no” and the fears that many improvisers and performers wrestle with on stage.
This ImprovDr “Game Library” entry gathers and hyperlinks all ten commandments from my earlier series in the one helpful place.
Are you maximizing the potentials of your offers? Consider some options with “A” is for “Accepting.”
“Reiterate/Repeat” is a wonderful exercise for exploring the concepts of blocking and accepting.
This is the first entry in a series examining and complicating the “Ten Commandments” of Theatresports in search of new lessons and strategies. The journey begins with a look at blocking.