Few scenes guarantee a more epic ending than “Famous Last Words.”
“Chapters” mixes up the order of the dramatic action in a dynamic and challenging way.
Working in pairs, players create original stories based on randomly generated images.
This game requires a little rolling around on the floor but, if you’re physically up for it, “Pop-Up Story Book” can unlock delightfully whimsical stories.
This entry articulates some helpful qualities for a strong improvised narrative or story.
This ImprovDr blog entry includes two approaches to this classic storytelling improv exercise.
This narrative exercise deploys the foundational storytelling techniques of advancing and extending.
The last improv “E” is for “Extending,” the critical practice of imbuing our stories with specificity and, subsequently, interest.
“ImprOvientation” was developed as an original long-form to welcome new students to college. “Story Hot Spot” is an exercise that develops the personal story-telling skills that so deeply inform this semi-autobiographical style of performance.
“Shared Story” is a deceptively simple narrative game that can help you really flex your story-telling muscles.