I have written about the importance of exposition in improv before. We want to make sure that both we as players, as well as the audience have a solid idea of who the scene/story is about, what drives the characters, the setting for the scene, etc. Dipping my toes into solo improv recently, it dawned … Continue reading Aha – Exploiting a Particularity in Exposition for Solo Improv
I usually post like once a month, since February 2016. Except for this year. Because of - what else - the pandemic. Initially I thought, going into lockdown: what a great opportunity for all kinds of personal projects - including writing about improv - that always get pushed back because of busy-with-regular-life. Turns out that … Continue reading Why so quiet?