“Ritual Scene” affords the opportunity to explore a commonplace activity in a not-so-common style and rhythm.
Bring some added oomph to your characters with these tactics designed to increase the level of your physicality.
“Diamond Dance” provides an energized movement dynamic that can serve your short- and long-form goals.
Considering the utility of assuming parallel actions as you contribute your voice to the unfolding scene; or, if your prefer, considering the utility of assuming parallel actions as you contribute your voice to the unfolding scene.
“Bus Stop” requires players to mine the simplest of choices in their collective pursuit to find and build the game of the scene.
It’s time to think about “Complementary Actions” and how they can add variety and possibilities when our improv is stagnating in a sea of sameness.
We’re continuing our journey into improv theory and technique with “C” is for “Canadian Cross,” a gentle form of adding detail to your scenes.
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.”
The seventh commandment reminds us that when we’re in doubt we should break the routine.