Absolutely Everything You Need to Know about Teaching and Performing Improv

Absolutely Everything   You Need to Know about Teaching and Performing Improv
Author : Trace Crawford
Publisher :
Total Pages : 376
Release : 2015-08-28
ISBN 10 : 0692518142
ISBN 13 : 9780692518144
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Absolutely Everything You Need to Know about Teaching and Performing Improv Book Description:

Absolutely Everything** You Need to Know about Teaching and Performing Improv is your personal guide to learning how to perform short-form improvisation consistently and successfully. Every challenge, every activity, and every rule presented in the book is rooted in 20 years of teaching performers from all skill levels. Material has been hand-picked to include only the activities that have consistently proven successful at overcoming the common pitfalls that can plague the improviser-in-training. Utilizing methods that are simple, easy to understand, and very, very fun, you will learn how to develop a program that allows one to maintain high expectations and create a professional looking product while still maintaining the informal revelry of game playing and humor. Simply put, by using this book, one should be able to success- fully mount any kind of short-form improv - be it corporate or student, single-team or festival, pre-professional or veteran - to the sound of riotous laughter and thunderous applause.


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