- Sat Oct 17, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
- Karen Twelves, Mia Blankensop, and Jennifer Warner
- 1 of 12
As a gamer you may have heard that improv is closely tied to role-playing, especially in narrative-based games. It’s true, improvisational acting teaches many skills that can make your game rock: working together, keeping things interesting, and taking risks. The goal of this workshop series is to highlight those skills (and more!) as they apply to role-playing games through improv exercises and scenework.
Level 2 is designed with GMs in mind — how to keep the story dynamic, full of energy, and on time. Participants will collaborate in world-building, pacing and cutting scenes, and doing advanced scenework. For this workshop we ask that attendees have prior improv experience (yes, just the Level 1 workshop counts!). Prepare to be in the spotlight!
Wear comfortable shoes and be ready to move, we will be on our feet a lot!
(Note: Signing up for this event does not count against your sign up quota)Tags: Collaborative, Light, Play to find out