We ask the audience for different emotions and occupations. Each player
gets an occupation and an emotion. They then tell their own unique
story while being conducted like an orchestra.
Two players start a scene while the others face the wall. At some point
one of the ‘blind’ players shouts
next player in the line assumes the EXACT position of one of the
previous players and a brand new scene starts.
Players are sent out of the room and the audience is asked for a number
of different movements, positions etc (e.g. Brush your hair, Jump). The
players return and set up a scene and work the suggestions from the
audience into the scene.
We set up a scene that is performed in 90 seconds. Then the same EXACT
scene is done in 45 seconds and then 22 ½ seconds, 10
and then there’s a twist which our wonderful audience decides
|Chain Death Murder.
One player stays in and send the others out. We then get a weird and
wonderful location (non-geographical), an interesting occupation, and a
murder weapon that you really couldn’t kill someone with. The
players enter one at a time and through mime and gobbledygook the
players discover what the things are (sometimes!).
One player is sent out of the room and two players interrogate the
player when they come back as to which famous celebrity
murdered (common choices are George Bush and Michael Jackson), where
they were murdered and another weird murder weapon.
The players line up and tell the audience a story of whose content is
determined by the audience. This is a knock out round until one player
is left to finish the tale.
We ask the audience to write
from their favourite movies, songs, television shows and we work them
into a scene that the players enter and exit from.