The Ultimate Improv Book by Edward J. Nevraumont
A Complete Guide to Comedy Improvisation

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This comprehensive improv manual shows the who, what, when, why, and how of comedy improvisation. It is a complete improv curriculum divided into four sections. The introduction explains what improv is and how to create an improv team. Improvisational Skills shows some basic rules, physicalization, characterization, teamwork, use of suggestion, etc. Structuring describes who, what, and how to make improv structures, suggestion and reality based. Strategies gives hints and tips for evaluating performance and putting on a show. Unlike other improv books, it provides the tools that show how to structure and create you own new improv games. The theater book also includes appendices with many games and exercises.

 

About Edward J. Nevraumont

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Edward J. Nevraumont, Nicholas P. Hanson and Kurt Smeaton are Canadian Improv Games champions and founders of Kingston improv Games with over fifteen teams competing in Canada.
 
Published September 1, 2001 by Meriwether Pub. 280 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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