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Behind the Scenes : Improvising Long Form
by Mick Napier and Bob Odenkirk




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"Mick has been the catalyst for the most messed-up, funny, smart, low-budget, loud, subversive, hilarious, mind-expanding improv shows of his time." Bob Odenkirk, star of "Better Call Saul." In this follow-up to his highly regarded book "Improvise. Scene from the Inside Out", globally acclaimed improviser, director, and instructor Mick Napier focuses on the complexities and theories of long form improvisation. This extended form of improvisation invites performers to be inspired for at least thirty minutes by a single suggestion as they push their creativity to the limit. Napier taps into more than 30 years of experience and distills his tools for success into practical, engaging lessons: -The art of introductions and edits -Different approaches to openers -Pros and cons of the back line -Why it's okay to be funny -Finding the dominant energy -Sustaining a strong character

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Overview

"Mick has been the catalyst for the most messed-up, funny, smart, low-budget, loud, subversive, hilarious, mind-expanding improv shows of his time." Bob Odenkirk, star of "Better Call Saul." In this follow-up to his highly regarded book "Improvise. Scene from the Inside Out", globally acclaimed improviser, director, and instructor Mick Napier focuses on the complexities and theories of long form improvisation. This extended form of improvisation invites performers to be inspired for at least thirty minutes by a single suggestion as they push their creativity to the limit. Napier taps into more than 30 years of experience and distills his tools for success into practical, engaging lessons: -The art of introductions and edits -Different approaches to openers -Pros and cons of the back line -Why it's okay to be funny -Finding the dominant energy -Sustaining a strong character

 

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  • ISBN-13: 9781566081993
  • ISBN-10: 1566081998
  • Publisher: Merw
  • Publish Date: December 2015
  • Page Count: 224
  • Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.5 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.7 pounds


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