Every character has a point of view, it’s up to us to use this POV to fuel our characters.
A lot of ‘games’ of the scene require improvisers to slot into specific roles to support one
performer’s funny idea. But what if everyone on stage was free to create fully formed
characters with emotion, physicality and point of view? It can lead to increased variety in
your shows, your performance and the ways you can have fun.
Adam Cawley Bio:
Adam is an alumnus of The Second City Mainstage, The Just For Laughs Festival and a three-time Canadian Comedy Award Winner. He co-hosts the weekly improv tutorial podcast: The Backline and won BEST MALE IMPROVISER at the Canadian Comedy Awards. Adam lives in Los Angeles, is an instructor at The Second City Hollywood and came to be seen in recurring roles on Baroness Von Sketch Show (IFC) and is a writer and actor on the Emmy Nominated, Workin’ Moms (Netflix Original).