Here’s the first entry in the ImprovDr Game Library Expansion Pack I, “Actor’s Nightmare.”
Tag Archives: Endowing
Game Library: “Four Square Relationships”
Explore four facets of the one character with this relationship centering exercise.
Game Library: “Crime Endowment”
Specifics provide the life blood of this short-form endowment mainstay.
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: “Home Shopping Network”
The physical playfulness and energy of this game can provide a nice short-form “out” if the energy of your show is sagging a little.
Game Library: “On the Back Word Endowments”
I like that this games requires players to both give and receive clues as the scene unfolds.
“P” is for “Pimping”
“Pimping” is a rather unflattering name for an equally unflattering improvisational habit…
“N” is for “Names”
A rose by any other name might smell as sweet, but a rose without any name at all might cause you some issues when you’re trying to buy one at the florist…
Game Library: “Naïve Expert”
It’s not just the oxymoronic game title that’s appealing: “Naïve Expert” combines endowments, talk-shows and obscure areas of expertise in a delightfully entertaining way.