Creating narrative in improv is arguably the most difficult thing to get ‘right’. This is because we put too much credence on creating a narrative at the top of our scenes/shows. We often see this in themed shows with strong 'concepts'. But these shows often fall way short of their bold claims. (i.e. Your film noir improv show looked like a…poorly written film noir.) So what if we approach improv from the other side? What if we say “fuck plot” and focus first on actually improvising? This workshop uses a series of two-person scene exercises to draw out the magic of focusing on improvising and letting a narrative unfold symptomatically.