Exercise: hidden back story
|Working with self-imposed limitations|
Two players decide on a back story for their relationship - AA member and sponser; met in prison; one married the others girl/boy friend.
Act out a scene eating dinner at a restaurant and do not talk about the back story.
Audience trys to identify the back story and relationship.
Show us the relationship without talking about it like a Pinter Play.
Actor, ImprovisorKelsey is an actor, writer and improviser. She performed weekly in ImprovBoston's 'Face Off,' (voted 2012's Best Improv Troupe in Boston) in her college troupe, NU&Improv'd, (2012 College Beanpot of Comedy winners) and an improv playmaking group. Kelsey is new to NY and ready to rock!
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