Playing the "Mirror" Improv Game


Practicing improv with the "Mirror" game. Learn how to practice improv with games, warm ups, and exercises in this free acting video.

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Video Transcript

Hi, we're here learning how to do some more improvisation warm-ups, and now we're going to teach you a popular theater game called mirror. In order to play mirror, you're going to have your team partner up into pairs of two. The pair of two is then going to stand facing each other. And, they're going to be, they're going to become mirror reflections of the other person. Now, when you first initiate this game, one partner is going to be starting the movements, and the other person is going to be reflecting. Once you get, once you and your partner get your reflection and your inter-action down, since you have similar time in your rhythm, you're going to find that the transitions are smooth less and you might even forget who?s initiating the movement and who is simply mirroring. Now, watch, watch Daniel and I do it, and you might get a better idea. And that's how you play mirror.


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