You’re standing in a small studio with two people you barely know, preparing to act a scene set on a desert island. One of your companions must speak exclusively in rhymes in this scene; the other must pretend to be a mind reader. Your character is endowed with hooks for hands.
There’s no script to follow. Just be sure that, by the end of the scene, the audience knows exactly what these three characters mean to one another, why they’re on the island and what they want. Make sure to highlight their assigned quirks.
Oh, and make it funny.... Read more
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