Improv Classes

Instructor: Nancy Morrison

Basic improv rules:

* Don’t deny.  Take whatever your partner tells you as true, and add your own story to it.

* You don’t have to be funny. The harder you try not to be funny, the scene might become funnier!

* Don’t ask open ended questions.  Open ended questions like “who are you” put the burden of developing interesting stories to your partner, while you yourself are not  contributing ideas.

* You look good when you make your partner look good.

As a general rule of thumb, what happens in class stays in class.  So we won’t disclose activity details in the minutes.

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