Improv Game: ALPHABET SCENE

ALPHABET SCENE is a challenging improvisation drama game to take improvised scenes in a different direction. It is challenging in terms of dialogue and is only suitable for more advanced improv'ers.

​How to play alphabet scene

 

Players:

  • This is an improv scene that is played with small groups (3 is a good number but 4 max).

 

How to play this improv game:

  • Students must perform a scene where the next line starts with the next letter of the alphabet.

  • In small groups, students are given a starting letter and scene idea (although it can be done without the scene idea if the students have more advanced improv dialogue skills) and must try to continue the scene for as many letters of the alphabet as possible.

Example

  • How are you doing today?

  • I'm ok, I guess.

  • Just hang in there, everything will work out.

  • Keep your chin up - it's important to stay positive.

  • Liam will be here soon.

  • Maybe he will have some more answers.

This improv game is included in the FREE Drama Games PDF which you can download HERE!

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