Kenn Adams' book, How to Improvise a Full-Length Play; The Art of Spontaneous Theater, is a step-by-step guide to mastering the art of improvising a full-length play.  Filled with easy-to-understand dramatic concepts, fun examples, and practical exercises, Kenn's book will have you and your group up and improvising in no time.  Sections include: 

                The nuts and bolts of basic improvisation

                The balance between structure and spontaneity

                Cause-and-effect storytelling

                Raising the dramatic stakes

                Creating the environment

                Developing characters

                Building the arc of the play

                Creating dramatic conflict

                Using symbolism and metaphor to develop a theme 

Just as great for teachers, directors, playwrights, novelists, screenwriters, and anybody else who wants to understand the structure of a well-told story and begin creating their own! 

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