Two players meet in the middle of the stage and focus on figuring out the scene together.
I want to return this vacuum.
What’s wrong with it?
I want to see a manager.
Ma’am, he’s on a break.
I bought this and it won’t work.
I’m going to need to see a receipt.
That’ll be five ninety-nine.
Okay, I have ten eighty-eight.
I don’t want to see improvisers question, oppose, negotiate with or engage in transactions with each other. Even written, honed, acted and edited these scenes can prove tedious. But we can salvage these boring scenes with our good friend, the pattern. Continue reading