Each player describes the action of their partner. Ex: player 1, "I'd like to talk to you, Mabel." Player 2, "He said, standing up and putting his hands on his hips." Player 1 carries out that physical action as Player 2 continues, "All right." Player 1 responds, "She said while pulling out a bullwhip and snapping it over her head." Players refer to each other in the third person, to keep the narrative strong. The idea, like with every other scene, is to endow your partner with do-able actions. It gives the players and excellent view on how to endow.
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Improvisational Exercises : Playing the "He Said, She Said" Improv Game updated: 2015-05-21 by Guido Boyke