DescriptionThis is a verbal improv game, played with 3 to 8 players. One player leaves the room, while the audience provides the name of a famous or historical person. The `absent` player will give a press conference, but he does not know who he is. The other players are journalists, whose questions should provide indications to who the mystery guest might be.
Game ends when our player guesses who he is.
NotesThe `journalists` should really play journalist characters. They can take photographs, or have a fight about who gets to ask the next question.
VariationsInstead of a famous or historical person, choose an expert. The game is over when the `expert` figures out what he or she is expert in.
Les Úvidences des uns sont rarement les Úvidences des autres. (What is evident to you is rarely evident to others) --- Roger Mehl