Improv Encyclopedia is the largest collection or resources for improvization theater on the web. Here you will find tons of stuff related to improvization theatre.
For those not particularly looking for improv-related material we feature:
This site is organized in 3 large sections:
If you want access to the material when you're off line, you can download the whole site as a PDF Booklet. And best of all, it's free!
Added quite a few new games, and we also have some new fortunes at the bottom of every page (but this one). You do read the fine print there, don't you? Also corrected some mistakes in the entries on Augusto Boal and ComedySportz . We also fixed the 'search' link in the headers which did not quite work as advertized.
Spring is here and we've got a new style; we hope you like it! Added several more formats in the Long Form category.
Fresh upload; we've also changed the home page such that news and update announcements are now shown in a blog-like manner. Apart from cleanup & corrections everywhere, be sure the check out the reference section where manhy new ones have been added, mainly concerning musical improv theatre (see also SingSong ).
Dan O'Connor from LA's Impro Theatre mailed in to clarify the origin of Triple Play. Likewise Kenn Adams from Down Under mailed us additional info regarding Story Spine ; we received that a while ago but only now got around to actually posting it . We feature many games and formats and are always interested in knowing the origins (which we do list when known). If you see material on the site that is yours, by all means drop us a line and we'll provide due credit.