Here are five answers to the improvisational riddle “when is a stranger not a stranger…?”
Do you suffer from the improvisational curse of “Sticky Feet?”
If you’re not consciously considering “Status” in your work, then you are truly missing out.
Raising the “stakes” in your work typically raises the energy, attack, and momentum as well.
99% of the time, “Split Focus” will cause problems on the improv stage. Here’s a consideration of the other 1% of the time!
A little nuance goes a long way….
“In truth,” I find this technique extremely helpful when working with complex and emotionally charged material.
Liven up your scenes with some well-chosen and crafted “Space Objects.”
Enjoy these tips designed to emphasize the “support” in the core improv strategy of “Side Support!”
This entry examines some tips and techniques for the all-important tool of “Sidecoaching.”