Raising the “stakes” in your work typically raises the energy, attack, and momentum as well.
Psssst… here are some thoughts on “Secrets” and improv.
The “R” in “CROW” stands for “Relationship.”
Some advice for quickly snapping into an effective POV when your character hits the stage.
This exercise ably demonstrates the importance of clear objectives and tactics in our scripted and non-scripted scene work. And it’s my 200th post to boot!
What are you fighting for as your characters on the improv stage?
The central technique of “Angel and Devil” adds vibrancy to long-form pieces while also operating well as a stand-alone short-form game or skills building exercise in a workshop setting.
Are you priming your scene work with strong specifics and CROW elements? If you’ve studied Spolin-derived approaches, you might know this as the WWW.
This exercise has an uncanny way of revealing all-too-human behaviors while also challenging players to engage in a variety of skillful tactics. Let’s explore “Alliances.”