Join a randomly picked team to compete in a series of improvisational games, to determine who will be the BIG (Best Improv Group)! Recommended for ages 12-18.
You can learn more about how to play the games here:
Here is a list of the games:
As a TV show host, the moderator asks questions about various topics and the performers answer while playing experts in certain fields, like an astronaut or a pro golfer.
Each of four players will be paired up with two other people, one at a time.
The players take turns doing scenes (ex. Batman and Robin or Getting a pizza) and the two people who have that scene will play it out until a new scene has them move to the next person. They continue their scene when it's their turn, but also need to be ready to do their other scene. It's fun and funny, and allows for scene development to expand.
Two team members start a scene, and somebody yells "Freeze" and takes over one person's pose and starts a whole new scene. Movement is essential, so the next person can assume the pose.
Four students lead a talk on the subject that we suggest. The performers must then give a powerpoint-type presentation, but the PowerPoint “slides” are randomly shown, and have never been seen before by the performer. Each team member must explain their slide in the context of the TED Talk, and then the next team member continues with a new slide.
This program will take place on Zoom, and registration is required. Zoom meeting information will be shared to registrants via email 1 hour prior to the program starting.
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