Scene Using the Last Scene.
The scene will somehow informed by the last scene. No other offer will be collected.
Using the Last Scene is a handle that uses anything from the previous scene as an offer for the scene. This handle is essentially an open scene. The performers can use any aspect of the last scene to create their new scene. Any aspect of the narrative from the previous scene can be used in the scene. A character may return, a concept may present itself in a new light. The setting may be the same. Other than including something from the previous scene the performers have no other obligations. If Scene Using the Last Scene somehow becomes the first handle in a show then just ask the audience about the last improv comedy scene they saw.
- Using the Last Word – the first word spoken in the scene must be the last word spoken in the last scene. No other offer is collected.
- Scene Using the Last Sentence – first sentence spoken in the scene must be the last sentence from the previous scene. No other offer is collected.
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