“La Ronde” provides a user-friendly frame for exploring complex characters and relationships.
For such a widely used term in Western improv circles, it can be challenging to get your arms around an inclusive and helpful definition of “Long-Form” improvisation. Here’s an effort to do just that…
The last improv “H” is for “Hosting” – that critical fellow improviser that can make or break a short- or long-form experience.
In celebration of wrapping up 200 original blogs, I’ve reached back into the ever-growing archive of posts and identified the ten entries with the widest reach.
The contrast between dramatic material and whimsical execution makes “Laugh and Go” an audience (and player) favorite.
This may be a less widely used term but “C” is for “Cartooning” examines a common improv trap when it comes to getting details to the stage.
If the choices of others onstage tend to bounce off you and leave you unchanged, then do I have the blog entry for you: “B” is for “Bulletproof”.
Have you ever experienced the tyranny of deferring politeness? If so, “A” is for “Assumption” might be just the blog post for you!
Here’s an exercise designed to help us all remember not to hold onto our failures and stumbles as improvisers.
“Passion Statements” provides an exercise to connect players to more personal and honest material.