Improvise: scene from the inside out

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Heinemann, 2004 - Art - 130 pages
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In this book, Napier takes an irreverent, but constructive look at the art and practice of improvised scenes.

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Review: Improvise.: Scene from the Inside Out

User Review  - Norman Cook - Goodreads

I think experienced improv performers will get more out of this book than beginners. Napier sails past the common "rules" of improv and concentrates on building strong characters. Nothing new here ... Read full review

Review: Improvise.: Scene from the Inside Out

User 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

Contents

What Is Improvisation?
1
Rules
3
How to Improvise
14
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Mick Napier is the founder of the acclaimed Annoyance Theatre/Annoyance Productions, as well as Resident Director and Artistic Consultant for The Second City. He lives in Chicago.

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