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  • Writer's pictureLaurie Swigart


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Two players are given a situation and relationship from the audience. They must act this out on stage. Also on the stage are two chairs where two audience members sit. Throughout the action, one of the performers will start a line of dialogue then pause, and tap one of the

audience members on the shoulder. That audience member must then say the first word or line that comes to mind and the performer must work that into his/her next line (as well as finding a way to justify it.)

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