Ten Improv Scenes I Am Tired Of Watching (And Sometimes Stupidly Being In) – People and Chairs Guestpost

I was generously offered the opportunity to write a guestpost for Sally Smallwood’s wonderful and insightful improv blog. Here it is:

Note: Any scene can be terrific if it’s played enthusiastically and intelligently, but generally when I see players initiate any of the scenes below, it doesn’t end well. PS: I’ve done most of these myself. Blergh to me.

  1. A married couple arguing because the husband came home late from work. He was likely having beers with “the guys”
  2. People just arguing in general for no apparent reason…

For the rest of the post, check it out here: People and Chairs

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