"Bogdan: Thank you for the reply. Sounds great.
I'd like to post it as a new game on the site: www.ImprovPlaybook.com
You might also enjoy some of the games that are already posted there under the section:
"New Game Monday".
"@ William : yes, the people stand on the scene and YES, each one have a mic. :)
yerstarday we did again this exersice and it was again funny. Sometimes it is possible to have on the stage saome people who just talk and talk and talk... u got to know…"
"Sounds fun Bogdan.
I have a few questions:
Do you have the audience members stand on the stage?
Or do they remain in the audience?
Do they have a microphone?
I look forward to your reply....
Thanks for the post...and the improv connection in…"
First off all, sorry 4 my bad english.I will start a discussion with games that are invented by some improv groups.So...We, ComedypunctShow invented a game that we named it : " Let me think! "What is all about?There are 2 actors on stage and 2 people from the audience.The actors start a scene ( with a sugestion from the public ) , and every time one of the actors make a step infront and says : " Let me think! " , one of the 2 people from…See More
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AIN MONTREAL 2015 : INVITATION FOR OFFERS
You have from now until the Monday, May 11th to make a (or several) delightful offers for our tribe’s conference. Again, ’Back to Nature’ is our theme for this 2015 AIN conference. Life on earth is creative, playful, and always improvising. In that sense, being connected to nature is being connected to our whole being, with all of our creative, playful and improvisational capacities. How does your work connect with that?