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Once Upon A Because

By | March 10, 2019

This is a structured narrative exercise. Each sentence in the narrative begins with the exact words described. The first sentence starts with the classic “Once upon a time.” The player need only contribute a small opening element to the story. For example, “once upon a time there was a dog that chased cars.” The next sentence, supplied by the other player, could be “and every day the dog chased cars.”

Sticks

By | March 5, 2019

Sticks is an exercise with two distinct methodologies. One is a lo fi version that involves no props. The other requires, get ready, sticks. The lo fi version has two players carry out a scene where they are maintaining a specific distance from each other. The prop version of Sticks has the two players holding a stick between the two of them.