Some Notes and Tips for Monoscenes→

An interesting look at ways to execute monoscenes – think of them less as one long scene that’s played slowly and more of a series of scenes without sweep edits or tag outs.

You Already Know The Real “Why”→

Being able to stop, hold and articulate your natural feelings is a hugely necessary skill in improv. There are many people out there who can’t do that. The moment you make them think about what they’re saying or feeling and ask them why —- all their awareness vanishes. Can you imagine your co-worker, after they say something like how they “hate French Vanilla coffee” being asked “why?” They’d look at you and just say “what do you mean WHY? I just DO.”