A physical game that encourages dynamic staging and strong emotional choices.
Tag Archives: Staging
Game Library: “Contact”
Few games demand such an “outside the box” approach to onstage physicality as “Contact” or “Touch to Talk.”
Game Library: “Relay Entrances and Exits”
Learn how to sell your exits (and entrances) with this energetic improv drill.
Game Library: “They Said, They Said”
Splitting the duties of making verbal or physical offers can result in enriching both elements of your play.
“S” is for “Side Support”
Enjoy these tips designed to emphasize the “support” in the core improv strategy of “Side Support!”
Game Library: “Asides”
Considering the versatile dramatic conceit that is “Asides…”
Game Library: “Stand, Sit, Kneel, Lie”
Improv can become a stand and talk affair if we’re not careful. Stand, Sit, Kneel, Lie provides the perfect antidote if you need to shake up your staging habits.
“L” is for “Levels”
Whether it’s staging, verbal choices, emotions or content, there are undoubtedly a lot of “Levels” to consider on the improv stage.
Game Library: “Entrances and Exits”
Just two simple rules set the stage for a lot of dynamic action in “Entrances and Exits.”
“E” is for “Exits”
Some musings on the age-old improv question of “Should I stay or should I go now…””