There is a “you” in improv (as well as an “I”)
Tag Archives: Obvious
“T” is for “Third Thought”
Three thoughts on when a “Third Thought” might be just what you’re looking for.
“O” is for “Over-Originality”
On the improvisation penchant for over-originality…
Game Library: “Death in a Minute”
This short-form standard packs a punch and requires players to work closely together towards a common goal.
“O” is for “Obvious”
Enjoy these obvious pointers…
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.
Game Library: “Word at a Time Story”
This ImprovDr blog entry includes two approaches to this classic storytelling improv exercise.
Game Library: “Bus Stop”
“Bus Stop” requires players to mine the simplest of choices in their collective pursuit to find and build the game of the scene.
Game Library: “Player Interview”
This exercise explores the art of calmly being ourselves and trusting that the material will come: meet “Player Interview!”