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Tag Archives: Wimping
“W” is for “Wimping”
Some alternatives to wimping.
“W” is for “Waffling”
Five examples of wafflers that might show up in your scenes and slow things down…
“P” is for “Postponing”
Do your scenes tend to finish before they’ve even begun? This might indicate the improv blight of postponing.
“P” is for “Passenger”
Do you have a tendency to overly defer to other improvisers? If so, you might have “Passenger” tendencies. Keep reading to find out more…
Game Library: “New Choice”
“New Choice” keeps you on your toes as a player while also modeling the immediacy and disposability of improvisational play.
“B” is for “Bulletproof”
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”.
“C” is for “Commandments”
This ImprovDr “Game Library” entry gathers and hyperlinks all ten commandments from my earlier series in the one helpful place.
Game Library: “Ad Campaign”
If you’re looking for a game to discourage wimping and halfhearted accepting, then “Ad Campaign” might be the perfect fit for you.
“To wimp is to show thy true self.”