Welcome to the land of Improv, where anything can happen and everything does. Discover theatre games, improvisational techniques, and friendly ice-breaker activities. Advice for drama teachers and directors working with a large cast.
This is a terrific activity that can work great for drama students, but it could also be incorporated into any class that involves writing, advertising, or public speaking. It works best with a full classroom, between 18 and 30 participants. As a teacher, I often use this activity at the beginning of the semester because it serves as a terrific ice-breaker, and it creates a fun and productive classroom environment.
At the beginning of every semester, a drama teacher has a difficult challenge.
This activity is ideal for groups of 8 - 20 performers.