Category Archives: Relationships


By | August 15, 2010

Relationships in an improv scene are the most powerful way to connect with your audience. Everyone has relationships in their lives. Strong relationships between the characters on stage need to be built in a realistic fashion. The stronger the realistic relationships are between the characters on stage, the more the audience will connect with the… Read More »


By | August 2, 2010

Synonyms Columns, justification Introduction Everyone into two columns. Description The players at the front of the columns step forward. The player on the right turns away from the player on the left. The player on the left begins to do a repetitive activity that uses at least three limbs. The player on the right cannot… Read More »

Park Bench

By | August 2, 2010

Synonyms None Introduction This is a character exercise. Could we have one player sitting on a park bench. Description The first player on-stage sits silently, displaying as much about their character as they can without verbalising it. The next player in makes a strong complimenting character choice. A complimenting character may be contrasting or supporting.… Read More »