Questions are generally frowned upon in improv, though they are not always
a bad thing. A question that gives no information and leaves the rest of
the action/the story to be defined by the other players is a form of
. But a question that implies a lot of information about
how the story might continue can be quite useful - assuming of course, that
all replies to questions are positive, in the sense of Accepting
information in the question.
See also Only Questions .