- Sun Oct 7, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
- Mia Blankensop, Karen Twelves, and Matthew Klein
- Improv Workshop
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Improv theater teaches many skills that can make your game rock: collaboration, embracing failure, and generally feeling comfortable looking stupid. Yet, there is a divide to cross to get the gamer onto the stage. So Big Bad Con has brought the mountain to Mohammed. Come to the workshop and you’re going to explore dynamic characters, collaborative scene-building, and the success/complication model as it applies to role-playing games.
The workshop will be led by local improv instructor Mia Blankensop with co-organizers Karen Twelves and Matthew Klein.
What people said about the first Improv for Gamers workshop held January 2012:
“It was fabulous! Thank you for organizing this! The teachers, game-facilitators and everyone involved did a great job. They made at least this n00b feel comfortable and even have fun pushing her boundaries.” – Meilin
“I had a great time, and now I have a fabulous vehicle for introducing my wife to gaming!” – Sean S.
“One of the best gaming experiences ever.” – Eric Z.
What people said from the May 6th event:
“That was awesome. Thank you, all!” – Noam R.
“Nicely presented today and my goodness I won my first con prize in several years. I’d like to thank my agent and my producer.” – Shannon M.
“Terrific event. Sad I was only able to stay for the first half, but what a first half it was. Thanks for Sean, Mia, Karen and Matt for their work and presentation. And I learned stuff too!” -Vanessa B.
“Martin and I had a really great time at the workshop! He’s super into Fiasco now, it really got him excited.” –Elizabeth B.Tags: