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Tag Archives: Emotional Truth
“W” is for “Wearing Your Character Lightly”
This entry guides you to a plethora of helpful techniques that can help you go beyond “wearing your character lightly.”
“V” is for “Vulnerability”
When is losing not losing? When it’s a choice made from a place of power or playfulness on the improv stage.
“T” is for “Truth”
Time to face some improv “truths” (and one lie, too).
Game Library: “Soundtrack”
Big emotions, strong characterizations, and heightened physicality (and an adept technician) are the key ingredients of a strong “Soundtrack” scene.
Game Library: “Text/Subtext”
Unlock the fun (and challenge) of shifting quickly between your text and subtext.
“S” is for “Subtext”
I like your shoes.
“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?
Game Library: “Emotional Door”
Everyone gets a little chance to shine in the short-form game, “Emotional Door.”
“P” is for “Point of View”
Some advice for quickly snapping into an effective POV when your character hits the stage.