Fuzzy Bunny starts out as a simple circle counting exercise. The players count upwards from 1. However this counting is complicated by the asking the players to replace any usage of the number 3 with the word fuzzy. This means the number 3, 6, 9, 12 and 13 would be replaced with the word fuzzy. The warm up would sound like this. 1-2-fuzzy-4-5-fuzzy-7 and so on. When, not if, an error is made the circle offers support, laughs and restarts at 1.
We will recite the alphabet as a group. One player starts at “A.” Then a different player counts off “B.” With heads lowered and eyes closed no one should know who will speak the next letter. If two players speak at the same time then the group must start again at “A.”
Once the host has assigned a number of words per sentence to each performer the scene can start. If a performer is assigned 3 words she must have 3 words in every sentence. “No I won’t”, “No, no, no” or “I love you.” This is the same if the performer is assigned 10 words. Partial words are possible when a performer is assigned Pi or a fraction.