Whether writing a book, screenplay, a scene for a movie or a station promo, there’s one rule of thumb that always work. It also applies to improvisational theater and radio performance. The first lesson from improv is to be specific and descriptive.

In this article, I share how improv can help personalities learn to be more colorful by applying this concept. Including:

  • How specific is the opposite of generic.
  • Examples of flat, boring comments and how to fix them by being specific.
  • Why being direct is the key to finding more color in performance.

Be Specific and Descriptive


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