I need to meet a 25 page deadline by Friday, and i don't know what to write about, so i thought i'd give this game another go! The way it worked in my class was: we started by writing a setting, folded the paper over, and passed it over to someone else. Then we would write characters on the new paper we got, then pass it on again. then theres a prop, pass it on. finally we wrote a line, and unfolded the paper and had our prompt.
Heres how it can work here...
There are a total of 4 prompts i need filled, and you can only pick one to fill out.
The prompts are:
Setting: Where does the play take place?
Characters: give at least 2 characters (no more than 4). You don't have to give a name, but you must give a description like "a talking cat who lived in Italy".
Prop: At least 1 prop that will appear and be used in the play.
Line: A line that has to be spoken in the play.
I'll take one idea from each prompt, and put it all together for a play. I did this for the class and ended up getting:
Setting: A gated community in california
Characters: a talking cat, a witch who can only make bubbles, a grumpy person with a toothache, and a small child that likes tormenting creatures.
Line: "the pirates! they stole the popcorn! we're doomed!"
I ended up with a 14 page play about babysitters and small children that attempted to be a playwright and dragged their friends into taking their newest creation for a test drive.
hya, u may want to put this subject in the essay department ha ha, but ok I have two characters in mind, man and woman, prop is a park bench unrelated,
line is " I come here every day, but never again"
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