Big emotions, strong characterizations, and heightened physicality (and an adept technician) are the key ingredients of a strong “Soundtrack” scene.
Unlock the fun (and challenge) of shifting quickly between your text and subtext.
I like your shoes.
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?
Everyone gets a little chance to shine in the short-form game, “Emotional Door.”
Some advice for quickly snapping into an effective POV when your character hits the stage.
If you’re looking for a way to amp up the emotional voracity of your characters, look no further… I give you “Mantras.”
Is there enough “Love” in your improv?
Bring a little more kindness to your relationships and scene work with “Nicer Than You.”
“ImprOvientation” was developed as an original long-form to welcome new students to college. “Story Hot Spot” is an exercise that develops the personal story-telling skills that so deeply inform this semi-autobiographical style of performance.