The unhelpful habit of “Upstaging” is by no means unique to the improv stage, but it does tend to disproportionately appear and thwart otherwise powerful choices and actions.
Tag Archives: Stage Picture
Game Library: “Contact”
Few games demand such an “outside the box” approach to onstage physicality as “Contact” or “Touch to Talk.”
“T” is for “Talking Heads”
Four possible “adds” to elevate your scene beyond a strictly “talking heads” affair.
Game Library: “Relay Entrances and Exits”
Learn how to sell your exits (and entrances) with this energetic improv drill.
“S” is for “Sticky Feet”
Do you suffer from the improvisational curse of “Sticky Feet?”
Game Library: “They Said, They Said”
Splitting the duties of making verbal or physical offers can result in enriching both elements of your play.
Game Library: “Invisibility Scene”
Some ghostly scenic techniques…
“F” is for “Focus”
It’s time to put the spotlight on “Focus” and some simple ways to enable elegant “games of catch” in the words of the incomparable Gilda Radner.
It’s time to focus on, well, focus, the second Commandment of Theatresports.