Basic Improv Games & Exercises for classes, rehearsals, team-Building:
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Improv 4 Kids made it's off-broadway debut at the Lambs Theatre in New York City in 2005 and has played hundreds of public performances
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2 Players begin a scene as the others form a semi-circle around the scene. An Emcee yells "freeze". The person at the front where the semi-circle and takes the position of one of the players in the scene. A new scene/situation begins in that position. Players continue to rotate as the circle goes one full round. Great for ages 8 and up.
1 Minute to 5 Seconds
The Emcee gets a suggestion from the audience for noun and a verb (exp "Table" "Skipping". 2 Players perform a 60 second scene about this topic. When they hit 60 seconds the scene is over and they must repeat the same scene again: action for action, motion for motion but in 30 seconds. After 30 seconds they must repeat the scene again in 15 seconds, then 10 until they count down to 5 seconds.
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