A few choice lessons concerning “Teaching Scenes.”
My consideration of the CAD trinity wraps up with a look at “D” is for “Discovery.” In addition to providing a great tool for scenic revelations, it also encourages well-developed scenic settings.
A game ripe with musical potential, “Inner Monosong” probably ranks amongst my top ten favorite short-form games. Is it in your current repertory?
This entry explores one of the CAD trinity of revelations, the “Confession.”
If you’re unfamiliar with the concept of an improv CAD then look no further.
I’m breaking up the routine a little with my latest entry, “B” is for “Breaking Routines.”
“A” is for “Accusation” serves as one of the CAD trinity that can help add fuel or dynamism to a scene that is stagnating.
“CAD Bell” is a dynamic series of exercises that can help you break the routines in your improv.