Your status in a scene helps define your point of view. Changes in status keep your scenes alive.
Status is the basis of character work. It’s part of the engine that drives your point of view and pushes against your partner’s point of view. Identify your status, either high or low, and recognize when it shifts. Embrace it and fully commit to your new status.
Workshop times are MST (Arizona).
My methodology is simple: Be emotionally aware. Period.
The secret to great improvisation is having an open mind and an acute sense of awareness. Everything else is icing on the cake.
This workshop – perfect for beginners or advanced improvisers – is designed to take you to the next artistic level.
This four-part workshop series will teach you to:
- Recognize emotional connections.
- Establish strong points of view.
- Create scenes you’ve never seen.
- See the world in a different way.
Come join us and see why actors have called this methodology “freeing,” “exhilarating,” “inspiring,” and “artistically refreshing.”
“David Razowsky…will inspire you to consider every breath, movement, eye blink, touch and word in a scene. He will inspire you to become the actor you never thought you were and show you that in the first second of an improv scene, you already have everything you need.” Isla Suddek