Trains & Tracks

Here is another metaphor I like to use in many of the workshops  I teach.  It originated from a statement by a fellow improv player and it’s the title of the first section of this post below. “Long form is Fragile” A great friend of mine, Dimitri Desmyter, saw one of our RIOT tryouts in … Continue reading Trains & Tracks

Character-Driven Narrative

Introduction As improvisers we invent stories; by training we are good at that.  Admittedly, narrative is not equally important in every style of improv.  One might argue that narrative is less important in short form than in long form (I have no particular opinion about that argument and am not particularly endorsing it).  Some formats … Continue reading Character-Driven Narrative