Saturday, 03 May 2003 11:13

An Acting Game

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What you need is vollenteers (or 2 groups of vollenteers competing against each other. Keep the number of vollenteers in each group small, say 2 or 3. You give them a senario (say a child who came in late). Then you tell them to act out the scene, but they have to integrate the sound effects that you play with the senerio. Play sound effects, some can have nothing to do with the scene (like in the senerio above, my youth pastor played the sound of a bomb, and of a lot of other things). The only real object is to come up with either the most acurate to the sound effects skit, or the most humorous skit (usually the latter).

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