This improv game is in the following improv game categories:
The (slightly negative sounding) name is attributed to Keith Johnstone
and refers to shows consisting of short games, played in small rooms, like
bars and tiny comedy clubs.
In this simple format, a limited number of players (4-6) play improv games,
introduced, and usually directed by an MC. In certain troupes the players
take turns MC-ing and/or directing.
There are usually no judges, no score boards and no prizes to be won.
Suggestions are taken from the audience, drawn out of a hat or provided by
Due to the lack of space, there are usually no props or attributes, except
for perhaps a coat hanger with clothes and a couple of hats; players
typically mime their props.
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