It’s worthwhile exploring “Endowment Circle” if you routinely find yourself assuming one-dimensional or simplistic characters and relationships on stage.
Are you maximizing the joy and effectiveness of your improvisational gifts when you “Endow” your scene partners?
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.
This entry explores one of the CAD trinity of revelations, the “Confession.”
“Character Walk” is an all-play low-stakes exploratory exercise that allows players to get some reps in making quick instinctive and embodied character choices.
“C” is for “Character” offers some strategies for shaking yourself out of unhelpful patterns that might be restricting your work and play.
The latest entry in my series exploring the “A” to “Z” of improv terminology and techniques.