“Chapters” mixes up the order of the dramatic action in a dynamic and challenging way.
The physical playfulness and energy of this game can provide a nice short-form “out” if the energy of your show is sagging a little.
“Here Comes the Bus” allows players to explore contrasting relationships and energies. It’s also easily expanded into a long-form offering.
I hope I can answer most of your lingering questions in this Game Library entry about a fun and challenging short-form decider.
This is a challenging and rewarding dynamic that explores one scene or story from multiple perspectives.
“Diamond Dance” provides an energized movement dynamic that can serve your short- and long-form goals.
This ImprovDr Game Library addition provides a way to workshop first steps and how to find new ways to approach launching ask-fors that might have become a little stale or predictable.
“New Choice” keeps you on your toes as a player while also modeling the immediacy and disposability of improvisational play.
The last improv “H” is for “Hosting” – that critical fellow improviser that can make or break a short- or long-form experience.
There’s a lot of room for playful discovery in the short-form game “Oscar-Winning Moments.”