The Next Little Step Approach to Improvisation

Pam Victor

Saturday, May 10, 2014
3:00 pm at ImprovBoston  Location Info / Directions

$35.00

2 hour workshop

Saturday, 3-5pm at ImprovBoston

Interested in exploring improvisation moment by moment, free of the onus to be jokey and invent stuff? Want to get more adept at improvising honestly from the heart? In the Next Little Step approach, we practice improvising one step at a time by paying attention at a ninja level, considering our stage partner the most important person on the stage, and utilizing the concepts of "Heat" and Weight" to discover the relationship that exists already onstage.

We will improvise from a place of ease as we practice learning how to be more aware of the scene that’s revealing itself onstage and following where the show wants to go...while letting go of the need to work so damn hard and “make stuff up.” This workshop is perfect for new and developing improvisers and remarkably challenging for those who have been at it a long while too. (Which is exactly why you old hats should do it…follow your fear!)

This workshop is taught by Pam Victor and inspired by what she learned while writing the upcoming book "Improvisation at the Speed of Life: The TJ & Dave Book" with TJ Jagodowski and David Pasquesi.

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