Actors: 2-4 Suggestions: location, conflict, characters Premise: A scene is built from the given suggestions, but at any point, either following a line of dialogue or action, the judge may call "Buzz!
" or briefly ring the buzzer to indicate that the most recent dialogue/action must be changed.
Instead of a toaster, make it a toaster/VCR that cooks tapes and plays toast.Tips: Leave the audience in the dark regarding the suggestions.They will be just as entertained by the pantomime as by guessing, and the further off the guesses are at the end, the greater the reaction by the audience will be.actor: any team member in the scene buzzer: any signal that the scene must end. character: persona suggested for one of the actors.This can include any aspect of the character, such as occupation, strange quirks, neuroses, addictions, etc.For example, if one character says to another, "I just got out of the hospital," then the judge says "buzz!" the line might be changed to "I just got out of jail," and after another buzz, "I just had my legs waxed." And so on. If one character hits another, a buzz might cause him to hug the other instead.aka Murder Death Kill, Chain Death, Telephone Murder Actors: 2-3, one patsy Suggestions: location, occupation, murder weapon Premise: Think of this as a game of pantomime telephone.One actor is given a location, occupation, and murder weapon.Actors: any number Suggestions: variable, often a location, conflict, possibly characters/quirks, or none Premise: With or without suggestions to establish the scene, the actors perform a complete scene with a beginning, middle, and end in a set amount of time, usually 3-5 minutes.The scene is then repeated , line for line, action for action, in decreasing time frames, often in half the time.