Improv & Comedy

Alliteration

A free scene is played. However, one asks the audience for a letter before the game starts. All players must now start each word with this letter. It is not always necessary to create meaningful words, the most important thing is the beginning of the word with the given letter.

Number of players: 2-4 Specifications from the audience: the letter and possibly a starting point. Rare initial letters, especially "X" and "Y", maybe also "C", can be excluded. Understandably, the game often only consists of very short (single-word) sentences, demanding dialogues and a dramatically sophisticated plot are rare in this game, which is more of a gag game.

Variants: Individual players of the same scene can be changed from time to time; the next letter in the alphabet comes up with the player change.


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updated: 2017-09-18 by Guido Boyke

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