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Basic rules of improvisational theater

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Basic rules of improvisational theater.

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  • 1. IMPROV fabien, gandon, AIA introduction to theater impro... an ...vised basics of
  • 2. improvise
    • acting, reacting, creating, in the moment .
  • 3. impro visational theater
    • short scenes or long plays improvised
    • by actors from suggestions from a
    • referee or the audience.
  • 4. impro visational theater
    • impro vised theater
    • impro v
    • impro
  • 5. impro visational theater
    • in a nutshell...
  • 6. energy
    • you don't go on stage if you don't have some energy.
  • 7. attention
    • the story is not written,
    • if you don't listen and watch
    • you will soon miss something
  • 8. LISTEN
    • more than an anagram, a rule:
    • to listen you have to make silences
    SILENT
  • 9. acceptation
    • accept the proposals of other actors what is done is done
    • and the public heard & saw it
    • so now it has to be integrated.
  • 10. NO IS A FORBIDDEN WORD
  • 11. if you say no, you play solo.
  • 12. proposal
    • build on what was done before
    • integrate and propose new things
    • in reference, in addition, etc.
  • 13. YES AND THE SYSTEMATIC ANSWER NEARLY A REFLEX
  • 14. play
    • choose a strong character
    • become that character
    • act and react as this character
    • use mime to define your environment
  • 15. encounter
    • seek the encounter with
    • all other players on stage,
    • seek the opportunities
    • to meet and interact,
    • improv is a collective game.
  • 16. pleasure
    • it must be a pleasure for you and everyone.
    • pleasure is a sine qua non .
  • 17. energy attention acceptation proposal play encounter pleasure
  • 18. fabien, gandon, AIA