Improvise: Scene from the Inside Out
For more than 20 years of directing, teaching, and participating in improvisation, Mick Napier has watched thousands of scenes. His experience as founder of the acclaimed Annoyance Theatre/Annoyance Productions, as well as Resident Director and Artistic Consultant for The Second City, has led him to continually question why and how scenes work or don't work and what one must do in order for a scene to be successful.
In this book, Napier takes an irreverent, but constructive look at the art and practice of improvised scenes. He covers such topics as:
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Review: Improvise.: Scene from the Inside OutUser Review - Keith Moser - Goodreads
Definitely not as compelling a book as Truth in Comedy, but some good tips inside for people looking to get into improv. My biggest complaint about this collection of "rules" is how author Mick Napier ... Read full review
Review: Improvise.: Scene from the Inside OutUser Review - Otto - Goodreads
The annoyance method to improv is important if you are an improviser who does not have confidence in choices. Improvise clearly explains this believe in yourself first method much better than Truth in ... Read full review