Some hot takes about the art of focus takes.
Some ghostly scenic techniques…
99% of the time, “Split Focus” will cause problems on the improv stage. Here’s a consideration of the other 1% of the time!
Have you experienced the ensemble delights of “The Café?”
This “Sharing Focus” entry directs you to a variety of helpful strategies and techniques.
I love the connection this warm-up encourages.
“Focus Ball,” the latest addition to the ImprovDr “Game Library,” allows improvisers to playfully explore the skills of giving and taking focus.
Let’s take a look at some best practices designed to help us “Give” focus on stage…
Entry number 150 at http://www.improvdr.com examines the performance potentials of “Two Rooms” – a game that demands generous and clear focus exchanges.
It’s time to put the spotlight on “Focus” and some simple ways to enable elegant “games of catch” in the words of the incomparable Gilda Radner.