An exciting narrative game for your improv library.
Tag Archives: Characterization
Game Library: “Chatterbox”
This chatterbox technique explores a way to playfully utilize and capitalize on any dormant tendencies towards verbosity and needlessly lengthy verbal contributions which might, otherwise, become stalling or a hindrance to the flow of the evolving scene…
Game Library: “Expert Double Figures”
If two heads are better than one, are four arms better than two…?
Game Library: “Tag-Team Monologue”
A popular narrative short-form game for your collection.
Game Library: “From an Object’s Point of View”
While this can be a bit of a stumper initially, the tools required for “From an Object’s Point of View” will serve you far beyond the site of this one particular game.
Game Library: “Here They Come”
You can never truly know just who will walk through that door in “Here They Come!”
Game Library: “Emotional Door”
Everyone gets a little chance to shine in the short-form game, “Emotional Door.”
“S” is for “Secrets”
Psssst… here are some thoughts on “Secrets” and improv.
Game Library: “Here Comes the Bus”
“Here Comes the Bus” allows players to explore contrasting relationships and energies. It’s also easily expanded into a long-form offering.
“P” is for “Physicality”
Bring some added oomph to your characters with these tactics designed to increase the level of your physicality.