- Crime Scene Improvisation
CSI, Body Count, Sherlock
Our investigators have come across a crime scene and proceed to explain every last detail.
It is recommended that two improvisers are set as detectives and two or more improvisers act as the crime scene. It works best to have the detectives face the audience downstage while the players creating the crime scene throw themselves around the stage. This is also a great scene for some audience participation. Once everyone is in position the two detectives turn to the stage and start a detailed account of what had gone on before. The improvisers that are miming the crime scene can be bodies or props. It is all about building the story.