This improv game is in the following improv game categories:
One player (or the MC) is going to interview all other players, but the group of other players are
really one character. This character answers the questions, but all players provide the answer at the
same time, as if the character is speaking out of many mouths simultaneously. The answers should make
sense (at least grammatically) and should be clear. If one player starts answering a question by saying
`YYYY` no-one should try and turn that into a `No`.
- works best if everyone goes for the obvious and simple answers.
- don`t try to speak too fast, but take your time to let the answer organically grow.
- coach players to take the lead if the answers is sagging, and to happily give up the lead
as soon as they feel they got the lead.
- move players that stubbornly always take the lead to another position in the
group (at the
back or at the ends).
You can try and use this as an audience warm-up, and try to get the audience to talk to the MC out of
one mouth. This is suggested in Impro for Storytellers