11:00 am – 3:00 pm
At Upstairs Gallery
5219 N Clark
Observe your scene partner, call out their behavior, respond impulsively and let the circumstances tumble out to make a game.
Some of the most fun games to play in a scene come from the emotional interplay of the characters. One player’s behavior inspires an impulsive response in their partner. Patterns of behavior emerge and help form behavior-based games. Justifications bubble up from your unconscious to make sense of what’s happening which leads to more ideas of how to play the game.
For more information about what this class will be about, take a look at the following essays:
- Let your scene partner provoke you
- Emotional Yo-yo
- Specific, strong and believable
- Behavior is a game
This one day intensive class is open to improvisors of all levels.