This improv game is in the following improv game categories:
This improv game is called Location, Career, Death (LCD).
One player on stage, the others off stage. The audience provides a location,
an occupation and an object, only known to the player on stage. Second player enters and a scene is played in gibberish. Player one needs to communicate the location
to player 2; as soon as player 2 thinks he`s got it, her claps his hands and spins
around. Then player 2 needs to guess the occupation; clap and spin when you think
you got it. Finally, the object needs to be revealed. As soon as player 2 has the
object, he needs to kill player 1 with it.
Then the next player comes on stage and the game recommences, until all players
have played. Afterwards, line up the players and ask them where they think they
were, what their occupation was and what the murder weapon was - usually quite far
off the original suggestion, much
to the audience`s amusement.
Also known as LOW. (Location, Occupation, Weapon). Also known as Chain Murder.
See also Hijacker for a similar game without the Gibberish component.
Use a bell, every 10 seconds or so; at the bell players need to clap and spin
and proceed to the next step, even if they are not sure about the where, who and
what. Kind of LCD on speed.