Do Ron Ron, Do Run Ron, etc
The players are going to tell a story in the format of a classic pop song.
Several players line up and start to sing in the following pattern. A, A, B, B, B. This is best explained by example: Player one, “I went to the store to buy some pop.” All players, “a do run run run a do run run.” Player two, “And on the way there I met a cop.” All players, “a do run run run a do run run.” Player three, “hey and that cop was lean.” Player four, “hey she started to make a scene.” Player one, “hey and she was really mean.” All players, “a do run run run a do run run.” Player two, “the cop pushed me up against her car.” All players, “a do run run run a do run run.” Player three, “that’s how I got this terrible scar.” And so on.. Until the story is told. There are all kinds of variations to this. It’s format is particularly forgiving of those who cannot sing all that well. It is recommended that the player doing the solo line step forward from the line of players.
When someone gets stuck just punch out any verse and the rest of the players kick in with a supportive do run run. This isn’t really a gimmick, it is the way that improv should always be performed: commitment and support.
It can be turned into a die type game, where the players that slip up are dropped from the line. There are an infinite number of variations that can be made to the song itself.