Don’t play dumb in your improv scenes. Be as smart as you are in real life. That’s…pretty much it.
You don’t have to let the bastards get you down. Take a breath, look around, and figure out what you want to do. Here’s how.
At some point during your improv, you’re not going to know what to do next. So what do you do? It’s real simple: shut your mouth and act.
Anyone who has done improv knows “improv foot,” or hesitating while rocking back and forth. Here’s how to stop waiting and start doing.
Making good improv characters isn’t hard. But, if you don’t know what to look for and why, you won’t know how to do it.
Why does your presentation suck so much to your bosses? More importantly, how do you fix it?
It’s easy to start an improv group. But can you build a group to last? Read this and make sure your group is not your manic pixie dream girl.
I love mistakes, especially if they’re done right.
To make your improv group work, you need to put in a lot of work. You’ve put the team together, you’ve scheduled the rehearsals, you’ve got the group mind going on, you and your troupemates are constantly learning. You’ve putting in the work creatively and it is showing in rehearsals.
The biggest problem you face is what you do with it now.