Is life story writing similar to Auto-Ethnographic Narratives? I was considering that as one of my options.
The idea was to travel around England in exchange for stories. I'm from India, and I have the typical Indian accent, and…"
I offer it in a sequence:
physical improv first...passing a clap around the circle. Then passing a gesture around the circle. One person makes a gesture and everyone passes it, it gets to the person who created it, they end it and…"
"Thank you Tom and David... I am going through Impro and Impro for storytellers. The books are excellent. This is what I'm playing with right now:
Begin with 'What's in the box' exercise to free the creative flow. Essentially, we…"
Check out Keith Johnstone's Impro book.
You can do the 'Yes and...' 'Yes but...' game, whereby a person begins a story, and then the next person continues with either 'yes and...' or 'yes but...'…"
"Hi... I'm trying to figure out the best possible way to enable a group of 4-20 people to create stories in a 30-60 min time span. I'd like to ideally get the group to take Campbell-Vogler's Hero's Journey route.
Has anyone tried…"
Hi... I'm trying to figure out the best possible way to enable a group of 4-20 people to create stories in a 30-60 min time span. I'd like to ideally get the group to take Campbell-Vogler's Hero's Journey route. Has anyone tried this exercise before? Tips are suggestions are appreciated. See More
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