I’m incredibly thrilled the workshop has thrived and grown. Now we’re offering a second level!
As a gamer you may have heard that improv is closely tied to role-playing, especially in narrative-based games. It’s true, improv theater teaches many skills that can make your game rock: collaboration, embracing failure, 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 1 focuses on exploring dynamic characters, collaborative scene-building, and the success/complication model. Beginners to improv are welcome and encouraged!
Want to attend Level 1 in 2013? Come to Big Bad Con in Oakland, October 4-6!
We are expanding our content with GMs in mind. Level 2 will explore story-building, pacing, and finding the beat in scenes, as well as doing advanced scenework. For this workshop we ask that attendees have some prior improv experience (yes, just the Level 1 workshop counts!).
Attend the Level 2 workshop July 13, 2013 at EndGame in Oakland. Registration start June 15th!