If you’re looking for a stylistic twist for your short- or long-form work, Narrator might be just the device for you.
“In truth,” I find this technique extremely helpful when working with complex and emotionally charged material.
The one and only “Q” in this journey through the “A” to “Z” of improv considers the role of questions and when and how they can be more a blessing than a curse.
This ImprovDr entry explores the important distinction between self-conscious Mugging and more deliberately crafted theatrical moments that might look the same at first glance.
This ImprovDr entry considers sources of improvisational material inspiration.
“Identity Circle” provides a platform to truly see and listen to the truths of your ensemble.
Some questions to consider on the path to “Inclusiveness” in our improv spaces.
Some improv schools embrace a playful form of “Commenting” but I’ve generally found that it deflates the energy of our scene work.