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Another great game to train listening skills.
Pick a place where a scene will be played, and 2 players. Tell each player what they need to get the
other player to do, without the other player knowing this. Players are not allowed to explicitly
tell the other
player what to do.
Example: an arena in ancient Rome. Player 1 needs player 2 to taste the sand in the arena, and player
2 needs to get player 1
to tie a knot in a lion`s tail.
Works best is players take risks. If they to the `wrong` thing the audience
will probably just laugh, and that should be enough to signal the player he`s
going the wrong way.