Few games connect you to your partner as robustly as “Double Speak,” a short-form word-at-a-time mainstay known by many other names as well.
A fun way to combine a little randomness with the high stakes of a public speech or event….
In search of richer improv building blocks? Here are some ways to craft and inspire your offers…
Considering the versatile dramatic conceit that is “Asides…”
Whether it’s staging, verbal choices, emotions or content, there are undoubtedly a lot of “Levels” to consider on the improv stage.
“Subtitles” explores the frequently humorous disparity of what may become lost in translation as a movie moves from one language to another.
By stripping away our ability to use our everyday language, and replacing our speech acts with gibberish, we often unlock the ability to say more by ironically saying (much) less.
The persona of the “Expert” has a lot to offer in terms of confidence, precision and crafting our characters from a place of strength.
“Verbal Freeze Tag” exercises helpful editing, listening and creativity skills.
“Should’ve Said” playfully provides characters with that rare opportunity to have a second (or perhaps third…) chance.