When it comes to keeping your improv fresh and unpredictable, a little curve ball can go a long way!
The penultimate improv “C” is for “Culpability.” Characters and players who embrace this attribute with fearlessness open up rich new scenic pathways and potentials.
Are you priming your scene work with strong specifics and CROW elements? If you’ve studied Spolin-derived approaches, you might know this as the WWW.
“Corpsing” or “Breaking” can add to the playful fun of improv, but depending on the tone and goals of your venue, these scenic ruptures may also come at a cost.
How can we best take care of our partners and our companies as we step into the unknown with each other?
I consider the concept of “Connections” as an overarching improv term that includes, but is not limited to, the similar tools of callbacks and reincorporations.
Is “Conflict” adding or subtracting from your improv work? Are there more fruitful ways to deploy this dramatic tool? Check out this 100th ImprovDr blog for some insights and possibilities.
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.
What are you committed to…?