The persona of the “Expert” has a lot to offer in terms of confidence, precision and crafting our characters from a place of strength.
In celebration of reaching the 150th ImprovDr.com blog entry I’ve reached back into the ever-growing archive of posts and identified the ten entries with the widest reach.
A hopefully helpful in-progress index to my current “A to Z” of improv terms and techniques series. New entries posted most Mondays!
The latest entry in my series exploring the “A” to “Z” of improv terminology and techniques.
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!
For seven seasons, (Your) Opera in a Trunk entertained audiences in the Florida pan handle. It was my first crack at combining text and improv (and opera)!
“Reiterate/Repeat” is a wonderful exercise for exploring the concepts of blocking and accepting.
This is the first entry in a series examining and complicating the “Ten Commandments” of Theatresports in search of new lessons and strategies. The journey begins with a look at blocking.