For such a widely used term in Western improv circles, it can be challenging to get your arms around an inclusive and helpful definition of “Long-Form” improvisation. Here’s an effort to do just that…
Alphabetization aside, this should probably serve as the first entry in my “A” to “Z” series. Enjoy “I” is for “Improvisation.”
In celebration of wrapping up 200 original blogs, I’ve reached back into the ever-growing archive of posts and identified the ten entries with the widest reach.
If you’re unfamiliar with the concept of an improv CAD then look no further.
A hopefully helpful in-progress index to my current “A to Z” of improv terms and techniques series. New entries posted most Mondays!
Here’s a joyously chaotic exercise called “Rule Breaker” that reveals the import of foundational improv strategies.
Take a peek inside the training process behind (Your) Opera in a Trunk, an outreach show initially developed for Pensacola Opera. This entry includes the game “Justify Circle.”
This ImprovDr “Game Library” entry gathers and hyperlinks all ten commandments from my earlier series in the one helpful place.
Looking for a specific game from a prior blog post, or just want to explore some improv possibilities? Here’s a master index to help you out as the library of games expands each week.
“A” is for “Abandon” is the first entry in a series that explores fundamental concepts and theories that help make improv happen!