“S” is for “Shelving” considers some different approaches for storing and reusing the variety of offers that make up the creative grist of improv.
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.
Bring some added oomph to your characters with these tactics designed to increase the level of your physicality.
This entry articulates some helpful qualities for a strong improvised narrative or story.
A rose by any other name might smell as sweet, but a rose without any name at all might cause you some issues when you’re trying to buy one at the florist…
“Looking Backwards” (but not with anger) provides a fruitful way to find the path forward.
The last improv “E” is for “Extending,” the critical practice of imbuing our stories with specificity and, subsequently, interest.
Are you maximizing the joy and effectiveness of your improvisational gifts when you “Endow” your scene partners?
“A” is for “Ambiguity” – if the title is unclear, then read on…