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Drama Game: Three Words

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Nov 29, 2016 Drama Games 1 Comment

Drama Game 3 Words

Type: Improv

Purpose: A fun beginner improv activity that involves every player at the same time.

Procedure:

1.  Divide the class into pairs.

2. Have each pair decide on who is Player A and who is Player B.

3. Call out three words that are unrelated (i.e. “Palm Tree”, “Saturn”, “Shoelace”)

4. Player A has one minute to tell Player B a story that somehow incorporates all three of those words.

5. After the minute is up, call out three new words. Now Player B has one minute to tell Player A a story that incorporates those words.

6. If time permits, consider asking for volunteers to share the best stories in front of the class.

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