The Alphabet Game

The Alphabet Game

Description

Players do a scene where each line starts with the next letter of the alphabet.

Example

Location: Sweet Shop

Improviser A: Can I help you?

Improviser B: Do you sell flying saucers?

Improviser A: Excitingly, we just got in these giant ones!

Improviser B: Fantastic, I just love the sweet sweet taste of sugar.

Improviser A: Good thing you’ve come here then, this shop’s full of it.

Improviser B: Have you got any other giant versions of sweets?

Improviser A: Indeed I do – this toffee is so big you won’t be able to speak again!

Improviser B: Just fantastic! I can give this to my annoying boss.

Improviser A: Knock on his office door and pretend it’s a gift!

Improviser B: Look, I really appreciate what you do. Not only do you provide fizzy joy you’ve also helped me in the workplace.

Improviser A: My mum always said I’d change the world.

Show Introduction

“This is called the Alphabet Game. For this each player must start their line with the next letter of the alphabet. Can I get a letter of the alphabet?”

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