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Few scenes guarantee a more epic ending than “Famous Last Words.”
Here’s an effort to identify some of the common elements that make short-form what it is.
The physical playfulness and energy of this game can provide a nice short-form “out” if the energy of your show is sagging a little.
“Shape of Show” combines both past learnt wisdom with current in-the-moment discoveries.
Does anyone use a “Typewriter” any more? Here’s a new game with an old name.
“Scene Painting” serves as the first improv “S” and refers to the craft of bringing the stage to life with little more than your descriptive words.
I hope I can answer most of your lingering questions in this Game Library entry about a fun and challenging short-form decider.
A little “Inappropriate Behavior” can go a long way in your short- and long-form work, especially when paced with patience and skill.
Players must work together closely to overcome the inherent challenges posed by Word at a Time Crime.