Difference between revisions of "Cut-to"

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A '''cut-to''' is an improv technique allowing a jump in time and location.
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A '''cut-to''' is an improv [[support move]] allowing a jump of the characters on scene in time and location.
  
 
A performer from the backline says "cut-to" and describes a brief [[premise]] or description for the scene to follow. Most often, this performer also initiates the first line of the scene.
 
A performer from the backline says "cut-to" and describes a brief [[premise]] or description for the scene to follow. Most often, this performer also initiates the first line of the scene.

Latest revision as of 21:47, 19 March 2020

A cut-to is an improv support move allowing a jump of the characters on scene in time and location.

A performer from the backline says "cut-to" and describes a brief premise or description for the scene to follow. Most often, this performer also initiates the first line of the scene.