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The stage is split into two sections, each with a theater group performing on their respective side.
A MC at the front of the stage says "Ready... set... GO!" and both sides start acting. As fast as possible.
The one that finishes their scene first wins that round and the score is kept.
your bets folks!
Well well, here you go!
Speed Hamlet has already been done. So put two different actors doing this in a race. [doctorremulac3, Jul 21 2021]
Blatently ripped off from this idea.
[doctorremulac3, Jul 21 2021]
Reduced Shakespeare Company do 'Romeo & Juliette'
Speed dating at its finest. [DrBob, Jul 21 2021]
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||Whats to stop one actor just saying "blrrup" and bowing?
||The audience is given ripe tomatoes.
||Oh nice link [DrBob], I actually saw the Reduced
Shakespeare Company do the complete works in
||//stage is split into two sections//
No no; have them all on the same stage, trying to beat each
other to their "marks". First to the end of the scene means
the scenery gets changed; the other team have to still
complete their scene but working around the wrong scenery
(& the other team still...).
||I'm open to anything that's entertaining.
||I'm gathering a team of thespian auctioneers as we speak...
||Okay not really but it sounded good.