A “telling” blog post.
Tag Archives: Cartooning
Game Library: “Text/Subtext”
Unlock the fun (and challenge) of shifting quickly between your text and subtext.
“S” is for “Showing”
You may have heard the oft-quoted adage of “show don’t tell” on the improv stage, but what does that actually mean and how do you do it?
“C” is for “Commenting”
Some improv schools embrace a playful form of “Commenting” but I’ve generally found that it deflates the energy of our scene work.
Game Library: “Stop! Think!”
If your text and subtext are often one and the same, perhaps you could benefit from taking a moment to “Stop! Think!”
“C” is for “Cartooning”
This may be a less widely used term but “C” is for “Cartooning” examines a common improv trap when it comes to getting details to the stage.