“Scene Painting” serves as the first improv “S” and refers to the craft of bringing the stage to life with little more than your descriptive words.
Are you fully exploiting all the gifts your performance environments can offer?
My consideration of the CAD trinity wraps up with a look at “D” is for “Discovery.” In addition to providing a great tool for scenic revelations, it also encourages well-developed scenic settings.
Are you priming your scene work with strong specifics and CROW elements? If you’ve studied Spolin-derived approaches, you might know this as the WWW.
The ImprovDr Game Library continues to expand with “Environmental Freeze Tag,” a lesser-known warm-up that creates expansive and dynamic locations.