Broadening Relationship and Location with Courtesy Shuttle
How do you make your scene really register as real? Or leave the audience to continue to remember that laugh they gave? By grounding your creativity with specifics. We spend a lot of time learning the rules of improv and working on our performances as a whole--but sometimes isolating the simplest muscle in our craft can be a path to creative joy and freedom. We will be spending the day working that muscle to see how specifics can be one of our greatest tools to leave our own, individual impression on the scene and the audience and how it can lead us to freedom on stage. We will be looking at it from the perspective of relationship to our partner and the world we surround ourselves in actively. Simply put, the specifics you inject into the scene is the majority of your creation and expression, and are always the gifts that are the most fun to play with for you , your partner and the audience--whether it be in rehearsal, on-stage or in an on-camera audition.