“Chapters” mixes up the order of the dramatic action in a dynamic and challenging way.
“S” is for “Shelving” considers some different approaches for storing and reusing the variety of offers that make up the creative grist of improv.
Working in pairs, players create original stories based on randomly generated images.
Time to look at the craft of “Reincorporation.”
“Looking Backwards” (but not with anger) provides a fruitful way to find the path forward.
When it comes to keeping your improv fresh and unpredictable, a little curve ball can go a long way!
Strap yourself in for an ocean of C’s as we begin a new letter in our “A to Z” of improv terms with “C” is for “Callback.”