An exciting narrative game for your improv library.
Tag Archives: Storytelling
Game Library: “Lotus Monologues”
A monologue exercise that poetically blends truthful fact and fiction.
Game Library: “Tag-Team Monologue”
A popular narrative short-form game for your collection.
Game Library: “Narrator”
If you’re looking for a stylistic twist for your short- or long-form work, Narrator might be just the device for you.
Game Library: “Famous Last Words”
Few scenes guarantee a more epic ending than “Famous Last Words.”
Game Library: “Chapters”
“Chapters” mixes up the order of the dramatic action in a dynamic and challenging way.
Game Library: “Word Association Reincorporation Story”
Working in pairs, players create original stories based on randomly generated images.
Game Library: “Pop-Up Story Book”
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.
“N” is for “Narrative”
This entry articulates some helpful qualities for a strong improvised narrative or story.
Game Library: “Word at a Time Story”
This ImprovDr blog entry includes two approaches to this classic storytelling improv exercise.