“Game of the Scene” refers to the source of interest or dynamism that – given sufficient attention – can blossom into a site of joy and entertainment.
Get your dance shoes on…
This game, “Cooperation/Noncooperation Scene,” has the advantage of not only enriching the environment but also encouraging players to work together towards a common goal.
Here’s the next “E” to make its grand “Entrance” on the scene in our stroll through the “A” to “Z” of improv terms and techniques.
“Obstacle Race” features both opportunities for heightened physicality work (for the athletes) and sharp expert skills (for the commentators). On your mark, get set, go…
The latest addition to the ImprovDr Game Library, “Sculptor Pairs” is a Boal-inspired exercise that allows players to work closely together to explore personal themes and experiences.
Here’s a format that’s well-suited to upending a reliance on the spoken word: “Gibberish Scene.”
“C” is for “Character” offers some strategies for shaking yourself out of unhelpful patterns that might be restricting your work and play.
The ImprovDr Game Library continues to expand with “Environmental Freeze Tag,” a lesser-known warm-up that creates expansive and dynamic locations.
Here’s an exercise designed to help us all remember not to hold onto our failures and stumbles as improvisers.