There are many reasons to “perform improv” or “roleplay” or RP or pretend you are a character in your favorite movie, television show, videogame, novel or comicbook.
Star Wars Performance University is here to help fans who wish to perform improv and develop their creativity as social media entertainment.
A character can be part of the Star Wars canon or characters that are made up–non canon, but first and foremost we are FANS OF STAR WARS!
What is Performing Improvisation on Social Media?
Our Talking Points
This blog focuses on this particular of the Star Wars “Universe” or “Verse” and provides synopses and narration for upcoming performances with an understanding new concepts into the stories we tell, based on scientific facts.
History of Performing On Social Media
Performing Improv in the Star Wars Expanded Universe (SWEU) is not new. Since 1977, people have created many stories–also known as Fan Fictions. More excitingly, the advent of Social Media has shared these stories with millions of people.
For those new to performing, this link provides the best explanation that is from the top Star Wars related video game design companies.
Star Wars Performance University’s mission is:
To be the resource for Star Wars Performers for social media.entertainment
This group does the following, but not limited to:
- Background researchers
- Promotional Campaign Organizers
- Graphic artists
- Social Media account managers
- Customer Relations Managers
- Professional Liaison Managers
- Event Planners
- Online Event Managers
This list is incomplete…
WIIFM: What’s In It For Me?
At Star Wars Performance University, a performer of any age or profession can develop their skills with the guidance from various professionals, who range from professional writers to research scientists. These skills help a performer to share their ideas about Star Wars on Social Media.
Some of topics a performer can learn are:
- Basic storyline and arc construction and tropes
- General writing techniques: grammar, spelling and conciseness
- Character development: Protagonist, antagonist, hero, villain, accessory character
- Writing combat maneuvers in Star Wars
If you think this is something you might be interested in doing, take our courses at Star Wars Performance University on Facebook!