In celebration of reaching the 150th ImprovDr.com blog entry I’ve reached back into the ever-growing archive of posts and identified the ten entries with the widest reach.
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!
“Passion Statements” provides an exercise to connect players to more personal and honest material.
“It’s Tuesday” promotes being changed in our scene work and reminds us that the next great choice could be right in front of us.
“My Movie, My Movie, My Movie,” is a helpful short-form game that challenges your ability to make quick verbal choices on your feet.
“Raise the Stakes” is a helpful exercise to explore supporting a protagonist on their journey…
“All Together Now” provides three fun warm-up games to help your ensemble develop stronger listening and focus…
This is the first entry in a series examining and complicating the “Ten Commandments” of Theatresports in search of new lessons and strategies. The journey begins with a look at blocking.