In this Improv Tip Paul answers a question from a viewer – How do we deal with information overload in a scene? This is a concern that often comes up when some basic things are starting to go right and the tempo of the improv is picking up and the scenes start coming a little faster, but Paul gives some simple techniques for getting over the overwhelm and getting the scene back on track. Although the questioner frames the question in terms of long-form scenes, this is a skill that will come in handy for every improviser. 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 improv technique.
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Paul Vaillancourt is the author of “The Triangle of the Scene”.
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