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Tag Archives: CROW
“T” is for “Teaching Scene”
A few choice lessons concerning “Teaching Scenes.”
“S” is for “Strangers”
Here are five answers to the improvisational riddle “when is a stranger not a stranger…?”
“S” is for “Scene Painting”
“Scene Painting” serves as the first improv “S” and refers to the craft of bringing the stage to life with little more than your descriptive words.
“R” is for “Relationship”
The “R” in “CROW” stands for “Relationship.”
Game Library: “Get Them To…”
This exercise ably demonstrates the importance of clear objectives and tactics in our scripted and non-scripted scene work. And it’s my 200th post to boot!
“O” is for “Objective”
What are you fighting for as your characters on the improv stage?
Game Library: “Bell’s Kitchen”
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.
“I” is for “Initiation”
Getting an improv scene off to a promising start can prove quite challenging. “Initiation” examines some best practices to help in this endeavor.
“E” is for “Environment”
Are you fully exploiting all the gifts your performance environments can offer?