Bring some added oomph to your characters with these tactics designed to increase the level of your physicality.
This entry includes some good, bad and worst advice for how to get the most out of a short-form game of the same name.
“Game of the Scene” refers to the source of interest or dynamism that – given sufficient attention – can blossom into a site of joy and entertainment.
A popular line game, “World’s Worst” allows you to flex your comedic muscles.
Take a box of Gibberish, add a dash of a hidden occupation, a cup of complementary action, and season liberally with energized physicality and you’ve got the delightful recipe for “Gibberish Job Mime!”
“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 ImprovDr Game Library continues to expand with “Environmental Freeze Tag,” a lesser-known warm-up that creates expansive and dynamic locations.
Partnered with the concept of Auditions, “Three Through the Door” pushes you to make the leap quickly and resolutely into character.