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i like long form  
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i really do.

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Re: i like long form  
  Reply #1 Posted at Thu Jul 17 22:23:35 2003
me too... Especially after what I saw in New York. There are so many things that you can do with long form.

The group mind is an amazing thing and when you all hit it at the right time it is one of the greatest feelings.

I LOVE IT!!! There is so much to learn about and so many new things that you can try. It is an addiction.



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Re: i like long form  
  Reply #2 Posted at Fri Jul 18 00:02:59 2003
I wonder if more people would be willing to give it a shot if you just called it "Scenic Improv".

Just wondering.

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Re: i like long form  
  Reply #3 Posted at Fri Jul 18 07:02:23 2003
I don't have a whole lot of experience with long form, but the few that I have done have been amazing.
I'm talking chills when we finished (made our audience cry, yeah it wasn't funny, but damn it was good scene work)!


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Re: i like long form  
  Reply #4 Posted at Fri Jul 18 09:11:25 2003


Here is may take on long form. I have never actually tried this type of improv, though I have seen many performances by others. I don't now why, maybe it's just the stupid rumor mill, but many people believe the majority of Quick Wits SLC member’s loath long form. I’m sure people think that about me. I think that the scene work in long form is great. That is true acting, finding a character and sticking with his/her traits throughout the whole magical scene. Also, working together with all other actors to make the scene flow is wonderful. I think I have a problem though (kind of like alcoholism) with the audience. I have talked with Becca on occasion and she related to me how she doesn’t even acknowledge the audience is there, she just does her thing. (I hope I didn’t misquote you Becca, if I did you can kick my ass… or you can try! he he he <cough> sorry.) When the audience is in front of me baiting on our every word or action I am transformed, becoming more of an entertainer than and actor. I sense the audience and what they want and it’s hard for me to avoid that. I really want them to have a good fun time, which is why I do the crazy off the wall shit. Now I am not saying that long form isn’t entertaining and funny, I just believe our audience isn’t accustomed to that particular form. So I see their reactions and follow their lead, that’s me. If I were to perform long form I would want an audience that is there for that particular art. Then I would have a blast. So I would love to try long form, I just don’t think it will ever happen in our Quick Wits Theater on a Friday or Saturday “short form” night. Maybe in the comedy extravaganza Bob is planning for August though, who knows. Anyway, there is my two cents. Wait, I need one of those pennies for parking! So I’m taking it back, I’m taking them both back.

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Re: i like long form  
  Reply #5 Posted at Fri Jul 18 10:03:16 2003
Interesting perspective. I think a lot of people have different thoughts on what it can and should be. The audience is a gauge to how the scene can go. Their laughter can tell you when you have hit something that needs to be explored.

I have seen really whacky long form and long form that almost makes you weep. Both are fun and entertaining and magical. There are always pitfalls involved in playing to the audience instead of your scene partners, but in reality you are playing FOR an audience and they will tell you what they want to see more of.

I would LOVE to try doing some scenic stuff with you at Bob's thing Andrew. It's still about having fun on stage. Let me know if you want to try something.

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Re: i like long form  
  Reply #6 Posted at Fri Jul 18 10:05:16 2003
I like both. I am wondering, is there any other types or formats for improv that don't fit into one of these two catagories?
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Re: i like long form  
  Reply #7 Posted at Fri Jul 18 10:30:17 2003
Well, without getting into too much about what each form is and means to us all, I think the forms that come to mind are:

Improv games - See ComedySportz
Scenic improv - See Del Close
Organic improv - See Spolin/Privet

As far as presenting a show format. Musical improv can fit into each. I am sure there are lots more, but that is what I have experienced.

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Re: i like long form  
  Reply #8 Posted at Fri Jul 18 10:36:06 2003
I know I have chatted with people on line that term their shows "Schlong Form" it is a mix, like what kysoff does. I just think if we advertised it like that here it might stear people away, although.................
ANNOUNCING THAT ALL NEW, ALL NUDE, ALL IMPROV, SCHLO...........er...nahgrin


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Re: i like long form  
  Reply #9 Posted at Fri Jul 18 12:03:30 2003
When I had the chance to emcee the Long Form competition show, I loved it! There is a lot about long form that is amazing to me. However, I too have some reservations about doing a Long Form show.

One of my fears (and perhaps this is the same fear for anyone just starting to do Long Form) is I will get into a scene that goes nowhere and now I have 20-40 minutes left of pure hell as I try to make something work. In Short Form, if the scene is going nowhere the emcee can say “Okay, and there they are.” and the scene is over and we move on to something else, quickly erasing any memories of a game gone bad. Perhaps this is a copout, but I too want to know what I’m doing is also entertaining for my audience.

I know this will sound odd, but at times Long Form feels planned, and I guess in some ways it is. The actors on the sideline have been listening and watching the previous scenes within the scene and can starting planning their entrance and dialog based on what has been said and done so far. I know it’s still “made up” and I would never take away from the ingenious things that are said, it just feels planned (to me).
The moments you love in Long Form are the very same moments we love in Short Form. Everyone loves to make a connection to something funny previously said or done, in Short Form, those moments are few, they happen almost accidentally. In Long Form, the entire object of the scene is to make these connections and do it a lot. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not taking away from the fact that someone still had to think up these connections, it just feels like they had a lot of time (in the improv world, that means 30-60 sec.) to come up with these connections.

I hope people who do Long Form will reply to my post and educate me on some of the things that I have said. For those of you I talked to after the Long Form competition show, heard me say that Long Form is something I want to learn – and I still do. To me the scenes that I saw went so well, that the “improv” part of it was lost. (This should sound like a complement, so if it does not, I said it wrong.) Nothing felt like a mistake, I didn’t feel the pain of “please get me off this stage right now”, or the glance that Cody still makes at the emcee that says “end the skit now”. It just all flowed together very nicely, too nicely.

For me, I enjoy those awkward moments when I step forward and give my example of the world’s worst plumber and I bomb. As I carefully step back into line with a sheepish look on my face, it leaves no doubt that I, and the audience both know that I bombed, big time and “bombing” is a lot of the fun in improv. Along with what Andrew said, I too love the connection with the audience. I want them to get to know and love Ben Porter, as much as they might love a character that I have created. I think Short Form allows for that more than Long Form. I’m not trying to start a battle between LF and SF, I just want people (Ryan) who do LF to tell me why they love it and not just that they do.wink



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Re: i like long form  
  Reply #10 Posted at Fri Jul 18 14:26:43 2003
I love both Long Form and Short Form.

I also think that in every type of improv that you do they audience has a lot to do with it because not only does the suggestion come from them but they give you the reaction.

When I first began learning long form I was so confused and to tell the truth I did not like it all. I only wanted to perform Short Form because that was what I was comfortable with and I just did not really understand where Long Form was supposed to go. But once I started to understand what was happening and how it felt to make connections and do things organically, and even just the feeling that I got when it all came together was amazing.

There is so much to learn when you do long form. And I think that trust is a big issue in doing it. Ben mentioned that he would be afraid to be in a scene that was going nowhere and then have to be stuck in it for 30 miutes. One of the things that I love about long form is you do different scenes. I guess that is also what heightening the stakes is all about as well. If you think that your scene sucks then do something else.

When Ross White was teaching members of KYSOFF some long form tips he said that when you are feeling doubt in a scene confess something. And always be sure to use the phrases I think, I feel, I want in scenes. These things helped me a lot. And I absolutely love experimenting with new things in long form and seeing where they can go. The great thing is that the limit is the sky. You can do anything!!!

I can somewhat understand what Andrew is saying when it comes to the audience. Long Form is very new to some people especially Utah audiences and it almost seems like they do not want to see new things. But I think that when a long form is done well it is so intrigueing to watch. I love doing organic games it is always a wonderful thing to see where they go.

I guess that after returning from New York and seeing what they were doing out there just hit me on a very high level. It changed my views about both Long Form and Short Form.

I like it so much because there are so many different ways that it can go and so many ways to be creative. I am not saying that Short Form is not like that at all. Because of course you can be creative and do what you want with it. But you are playing a game and most games have rules otherwise it would not work. In Long Form you just make up the rules as you go.

The best thing is the group mind as I mentioned before. Everytime I perform with the SLC Skirts I am just awe struck everytime at what we can do.

I do think that I were to do only strictly long form then I would miss Short Form. It took me a while to appreciate what long form has to offer and it took me some time to even slightly like it. But now I love it and just thinking about makes me want to do one. Even watching it makes me want to run up on stage and try something new. I wish that I could find better words to describe the emotion that it can bring.

I do not know if this even helped but I wanted to try and explain why I love it so much. grin This is a lot longer then I intended it to be.



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Re: i like long form  
  Reply #11 Posted at Fri Jul 18 16:05:33 2003
Hey Ben

I wanted to address a couple of your perceptions.

One would be the idea that you are stuck in a scene for 30 mins. The greatest gift the back line can give you is to edit you, just as an emcee would. New scene, new moment, etc. Sometimes you can edit on a high point, and sometimes not. But you have the equivalent of 5 or so emcees to help you stop a scene.

The next involves preconceived. This is probably a by product of active listening. Something that hopefully is done by the back line while you are on stage. This is to remember details so you can weave them back in when needed. The idea of connections is a tough one. I think you end up seeing a lot of forced connections at times in long forms, but the goal ultimately is to bring things together. When the moment to use this approaches, long formers grab it and use it. Trying to force it into a scene is hard, because you are dealing with more than just you on stage. But I think we all strive to make it look scripted, even if we are crapping ourselves while it's happening.

The magic for me, as with short form, is that you couldn't create those moments alone. Granted, line games are a bit more "on your own", although you rely on the others to hide the silent moments. With short form it seems like you are checking in with the audience more and switching things up on them with new games. Long form is less about checking in but you can switch things up with new scenes.

I think if you look at Long form like a big game it becomse less intimidating. There are structures that can feed into this idea, but ultimately any of the improvisers around knows how to make a scene happen. Hence, scenic improv and not long form wink

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Re: i like long form  
  Reply #12 Posted at Fri Jul 18 19:47:15 2003
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I like surprising the audience.

I like both short form and long form these are just some of my thoughts.

Short form is much like a sitcom. You can almost hear the drums before you deliver the punchline. People have been trained to laugh for years. By watching TV and hearing the background laughter (the inner voice says "ok laugh now"). Short form satisfies that inner voice.

Longform is more true to life. People relate what is happening on stage to something that could potentially happen in their own life. I think showing the audience humor in their own life is about as powerful it gets. What better to talk to an artist about but art.

Laughing at something crazy vs. laughing at something that could really happen.

In short form i've seen- A juggler, juggling pigmy houses-it was funny and I laughed.

In long form i've seen- A juggler with one eye, no depth perception, trying to make it in the world.-it was real and I laughed

It seems that short form is go for the entertaining and long form is go for the brilliant.

Again, I like both and these are just some of my observations.

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Re: i like long form  
  Reply #13 Posted at Fri Jul 18 23:51:03 2003
whoa. i made a little post, got a job, came back, and wow - lot of posts.

i was hoping this wouldn't turn into a short form vs long form debate. i actually wanted another post on uthaimprov that had long form in the title to maybe spark curiosity by someone who didn't know what it was.

i haven't done any short form since may. do i miss it? well, there's a short answer... but why give that?

i feel in long form you can bring anything from short form into it. you can sorta do this in shortform too, but if i wanted to see andrew's father character when he was a kid, i really couldn't do that in a game of emotions. it would confuse the audience. long form audiences are different, but they are far more forgiving than you might think. they are instantly trained, from the start of the show, that what they're seeing hasn't been done before (at least in the way they are seeing it that night). am i being clear?

and like jesse said, while most long forms "try" to make connections, there are all a friggen ton of long formers out there that DON'T try to connect. they play patterns and let the patterns cause conections. of course it doesn't make sense you haven't seen it. but, there are, like austin said, long forms that produce chills. trust me, i've seen a few in chicago. i thought (as an improviser and a student, no less), "how in the heck did they do that?" following?

the utah audience hasn't been exposed to what long form could be. at the risk of bringing back the broken record, new york was amazing. the teams that i saw blew me away (mostly from new york and chicago), and some of it it was by far the best improv i have ever seen. i mean, think about how incredible it is to see 200 improvisers give a standing ovation to a 40 minute long form show. it happened, and then sorta happened again! i was in disbelief.

and that's the goal of long form: to explore, to take advantage of inspiration rather than obligation, to take the audience on a ride, and to suspend belief that what they are seeing was truly organically improvised in front of them.

3 responses to ben:

1. ben, if a scene sucks, like jesse said, it can be edited as though an mc ended it. however, a good long form will make a bad scene either very important, make it a running joke, or bring it back in a different way to make it amazing. seriously, the possibilities are endless.

2. i think long form aims to be closer to theater than to standup-type comedy (as short form does with the audience). so while not directly interacting with the audience and "checking in with them", long formers still realize that a crowd is there. and it's actually better, somehow, when the make it look like they're playing without an audience. however, there are no rules and if you want to engage the audience with a comment, going in the crowd, or doing a monologue, you can... at any point.

3. you can certainly "bomb" in longform as in world's worst, and have the audience love it just the same. if anyone knew me or saw mne play in utah, my favorite short form game was world's worst. why? cos i thought it was the most freeing game of all of them. you could say an infinite amonut of things and you can be honest and it still works. and all you need to do is sell it. there's a teacher here who stresses selling the stupid. "if you feel queer, do it more" (susan messing)... i.e., sell the "bomb".

i like long form. i'm playing in a show on sunday.

ry

ps, if you are ever bored, read my journal on the irc. there's a lot of info there, but learning long form is amazing to me. chicago improv is amazing to me. (pm me and i'll point you to it)


 
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Re: i like long form  
  Reply #14 Posted at Fri Jul 18 23:54:04 2003
by the way, if you ask me to talk about long form, i will.

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  Reply #15 Posted at Sun Jul 27 11:42:24 2003
Ryan, I have never done long form, but I want to. How can I get on stage with you?


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Re: i like long form  
  Reply #16 Posted at Sun Jul 27 15:28:53 2003
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becca, i always thought, wwhen talking to you about improv, that you would really enjoy long form. and i thought you'd be fun to do long form with.

i wish, back in the day, when you came to that one "basement practice" that kysoff had, that we had our shit together more, cos that would have been fun.

instead it was us practicing that "single's bar" game.

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at the very least come watch Septemberprov. At the very most, submit a team to play, or talk with me outside this forum about it.



(this is all the more reason for a "jam" - maybe we can do a 30 person longform afterwards with a bunch of improvisers from utah - then again, maybe not...)


 
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Re: i like long form  
  Reply #17 Posted at Mon Jul 28 05:24:57 2003
wow... A 30 person long form would be interesting... A bit busy. And confusing. wink

How many people do you think were on stage at the opening of the Del Close Marathon... That was kind of neat.

Everyone ran into the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre and started doing improv with about 30 people on stage. with the suggestions that we were screaming while running through the streets of New York. And we were all sweaty and hot.

That was an unforgettable moment.





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Re: i like long form  
  Reply #18 Posted at Mon Jul 28 09:55:38 2003
We tried a couple of tag outs at the Quick Wits workshop this weekend. It was pretty fun!

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  Reply #19 Posted at Tue Jul 29 17:14:10 2003
From how I understand it, Utah is one of the few states where shortform is practised more than longform. Is this everyone elses perception?
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  Reply #20 Posted at Tue Jul 29 17:31:18 2003
No way! Most markets they have more short form than long form. Short form seems to be much more easily digestible to mass audiences, it seems. It can also be easier to comprehend and perform (rules are spelled out for many games like a playbook).

For whatever reason, long form tends to be a bit scarier to many performers and business owners.

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  Reply #22 Posted at Mon Sep 15 13:32:48 2003
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Re: i like long form  
  Reply #23 Posted at Thu Sep 18 21:15:12 2003
Wow, I haven't been on the board forever. But I have a couple of things to add.

1) To Andrew, I would like to ask. Have you ever heard absolute silence from an audience as you are stage doing a scene, but you know and can feel that they are with you all the way. Man, there is nothing more powerful than that, because as well as making the audience laugh, you get to invite them along on a tour of the emotional spectrum. I know of actors who have done a monologue, dead serious, absolute truth. I think he was talking about his bout with addiction. The ausience was uncomforatable at first, you could feel it, but the protrayal was so powerful that the audience followed along. Not only were the scenes that spawned out of the monologues so funny that I almost peed my pants, but you got to feel the struggles the actor had gone through as he talked to the audience. By the time he was done the audience exploded with applause. And not once did he get the laugh or go for the laugh, but I'd lay my life down in a wager that says that audience felt more than entertained. I know this is a specific instance, but in general I have discovered that nothing beats that huge laugh that comes before the sweep of a long form scene. It beats all the "entertainment" laughs that I ever gone for. Not that this is wrong compared to long form. Lord knows I ain't a dummy and will go for the laugh. But it's just more fufilling.

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2) Ben, 20-30minute scenes? That scares me to death. I can see where you would be worried about performing in such a thing. But really, depending on the style, it's nothing more than a grand production of revolver. And through training, the other cast members know to sweep on the huge laugh. I rember KYSOFF shows improved 10 fold when we got the hang of editing. Like the Jess man says, being edited is the best gift to receive in a show. It let's you know that your teammates want you to look good by never leaving you hanging. So in a way, we act as silent mc's for our team mates. All for one and one for all.

I would love to do a long form with you and Andrew sometime, Ben. First of all I think Andrew would become addicted and you would get that understanding of it by playing. Oh and yes, I could see how it can looked rehearsed. Really, that all comes from focus and listening. It puts everyone on the same page and really polishes our unity. Kind of like Laughing Stock...You guys are so in tune to each other that you could look rehearsed as well. You are in each other's heads when you are on stage together. I know I've seen it and envied your cohesion. It's a beautiful thing..

Anyway just my 50 cents. I love you guys. Ben, when you mc'd trolley brawl, I felt very honored to have you grace our stage. You were superb.

3)Jesse, I am sorry but I just like the sound of the words Long Form. That is all.



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  Reply #24 Posted at Fri Sep 19 09:20:36 2003

On Thu Sep 18 21:15:12 2003, Wildethang wrote: (read quoted post)
3)Jesse, I am sorry but I just like the sound of the words Long Form. That is all.

From the size of your post I don't doubt it!

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