Time to face some improv “truths” (and one lie, too).
Tag Archives: Material
“S” is for “Specificity”
A little nuance goes a long way….
“S” is for “Shelving”
“S” is for “Shelving” considers some different approaches for storing and reusing the variety of offers that make up the creative grist of improv.
“P” is for “Punching Up”
Where we aim our improv “punches” can make a world of difference in terms of what our theatre does and says. Punching Up reflects an understanding that not all jokes are created equal.
“P” is for “Point of View”
Some advice for quickly snapping into an effective POV when your character hits the stage.
“O” is for “Obvious”
Enjoy these obvious pointers…
“N” is for “Narrative”
This entry articulates some helpful qualities for a strong improvised narrative or story.
Game Library: “Word Association”
Here are four well-worn variations of the classic “Word Association” warmup that can help launch you fearlessly into the here and now.
“M” is for “Material”
This ImprovDr entry considers sources of improvisational material inspiration.
“L” is for “Looking Backwards”
“Looking Backwards” (but not with anger) provides a fruitful way to find the path forward.