This improv game is in the following improv game categories:
An improvized scene is played, which any player can stop at any time by yelling freeze. At that point, the
player steps out of the scene, and tells the audience what his character is really thinking,
after which the scene continues. The other characters of course are not supposed to know what
players are thinking, but the players do, and should use this.
Players can use this to reveal their hidden motives. Other players can play into this, or purposely ignore this knowledge.
Gimmick: characters may actually have other things on their minds than what`s going on in the
scene. E.g. a driver stopped by a cop may be thinking about the groceries
his wife told him to get at the
See also Commenting . See also Scene Painting for another game that
uses a similar technique.
The thoughts of the players can
also be provided by players off-stage. Also known as Alter Ego
. Also known as Consciences