A little “Inappropriate Behavior” can go a long way in your short- and long-form work, especially when paced with patience and skill.
When it comes to keeping your improv fresh and unpredictable, a little curve ball can go a long way!
This entry explores one of the CAD trinity of revelations, the “Confession.”
It’s time to think about “Complementary Actions” and how they can add variety and possibilities when our improv is stagnating in a sea of sameness.
“C” is for “Change” provides some techniques for changing up our character energies and dynamics within a scene without throwing away the established elements and games that are already working.
I’m breaking up the routine a little with my latest entry, “B” is for “Breaking Routines.”
The seventh commandment reminds us that when we’re in doubt we should break the routine.