“You look” like you might really enjoy this exercise for forging stronger connections with our scene partners.
Tag Archives: Vulnerability
“W” is for “Wearing Your Character Lightly”
This entry guides you to a plethora of helpful techniques that can help you go beyond “wearing your character lightly.”
Game Library: “Neighbors”
“Do you like your neighbors?” “Yes, but I don’t like people who haven’t read this latest addition to the ImprovDr Game Library yet…” (Actually, I do.)
“V” is for “Vulnerability”
When is losing not losing? When it’s a choice made from a place of power or playfulness on the improv stage.
Game Library: “Identity Circle”
“Identity Circle” provides a platform to truly see and listen to the truths of your ensemble.
Game Library: “Theme Scenes”
“Theme Scenes” encourages a more emotionally grounded and nuanced style of improvisational play well-suited to both short- and long-form expeditions.
“E” is for “Emotional Truth”
Accessing and channeling our inner emotional truths is the artistic pursuit of a lifetime, but “E” is for “Emotional Truth” offers some bite-sized tactics to assist in this worthy endeavor.
“D” is for “Drama”
While it’s helpful to avoid drama backstage, the same isn’t true when we’re performing. “D” is for “Drama” reflects on the more serious side of improv.
Game Library: “Passion Statements”
“Passion Statements” provides an exercise to connect players to more personal and honest material.
A Peek Inside: E Pluribus Unum
Take a peek inside the inner workings of my first long-form Fringe production, E Pluribus Unum: Out of Many, One. This entry includes my latest addition to the ImprovDr Game Library, “Fluid Sculptures.”