Improv Tip #154 – How Can I Practice Improv Solo? Part 4: Scene Work (2020)

Improv, Improv Comedy, Improvisation – whatever you call it, we’re here to help. In this week’s improv tip, veteran teacher and improviser Paul Vaillancourt gives you a few improv exercises (improv game) that you can use to improv your scene work while working solo. Solo improv can help you stay sharp and keep working those improv muscles. Whether you’re doing improv comedy, playing improv games, using improv in your acting classes, or expressing yourself with some other kind of improvisation, you are going to love this tip. Learning and performing improv in person has been the traditional method but now we can learn improv online, do zoom improv shows, and have a really rewarding virtual improv experience. This is a great Improv for beginners tip.

0:00 Intro

0:28 Shout out to the first 3 parts of Solo Improv Series

1:55 Four reasons you SHOULD practice Improv Solo

3:44 Shout out to Man vs Movie:

5:40 Exercise #1: I am a…

6:15 Shout out to 30 Pitches in 30 Days:

6:39 3 Tips to get the most out of practicing Improv Solo

10:49 Exercise #2 Announce the Triangle

10:59 Shout out to my book:

12:11 Instructions for Announce the Triangle

14:04 Three most important Pro Tips

17:12 Exercise #3 Improvise a Two Person Scene

20:30 Exercise #3B Improvise a 3 or 4 Person Scene

22:23 Shout out to MUT Tips

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