Erica Marx

SCES 2 line lay-ups

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Single yes, and statement to SCES statement



SCES grounds us in the scene. Don't leave it up to your partner to define you. 
Practice yes, and agreement + building (forces you to add)
Practice repetition over cleverness. (yes, and + me too)


Form 2 lines in the wings.
One side is initiation side. Enter stage with a SCES. 
Other side is join side. They agree and support the SCES of Player 1. Agree and provide another supporting detail. "I hate this painting" "yeah, it looks like a 5-year old did it" 


1.6 in Improv as Improv Does Best Curriculum Intro to Improv by Patrick Gantz 2018

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