One improviser plays the part of a television host and two more play experts. The audience suggests their field of expertise (asking for an animal then a sport is great; ants who play tennis). Ask the experts to agree with and back each other up. The host can ask anything; remind them of helpful questions like “How did you start in this field?” “What do you think is the future of [suggestion]?” “Why did you start working together?”. You can also suggest to the interviewer that the experts wrote a book, that it’s okay to get questions from the audience or that there might be a demonstration their guest could do.
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