There’s a reason “Go” is such a well-loved and widely-used ensemble-building exercise.
“Verbal Freeze Tag” exercises helpful editing, listening and creativity skills.
The “Sequence Game” offers a way to brainstorm or refresh material before embarking on style-based or dramaturgically informed work.
The first “D” in our mosey though the improv alphabet is for “Decider,” that ubiquitous and multi-layered feature of most short-form shows.
This “Freeze Tag” variation has the benefit of an outside caller’s eye shaping and pacing the action.
The ImprovDr Game Library continues to expand with “Environmental Freeze Tag,” a lesser-known warm-up that creates expansive and dynamic locations.
Fortunately this exercise can help your storytelling skills. Unfortunately this exercise can thwart your characters’ lives…
This new entry for the Game Library, “Four Sentence Story,” allows players to explore the building blocks of constructing a coherent narrative.
If you’re looking for an improv exercise to help with your story construction, then you might want to explore this one just “Because…”
A lighthearted and active warm-up game, “Room at the Inn” provides the next addition to the Game Library.