Once the activity has been established one of the players from the circle jumps in and exclaims “Let me help you!” The player doing the mime responds with “Thank you, I am ______ing.” The goal for the player is to come up with a radically different task from what they were miming. For example, if the player appeared to be mowing a lawn they might say ‘filleting a soul.’ The player that joined in immediately starts miming the described activity (i.e., filleting a soul).
One player is in front of the line and all players fall in behind her as she moves about the room. Conga Line is equivalent to Flock Dance. However if workshop space is limited and improvised Conga Line can do the trick. This is different from the official Conga dance in that the lead player creates their own stylized gait and the player behind her follows and so on.
LACE is an acronym that includes the improv goals of no blocking, no wimping, saying yes, and yes and. Listen. Accept. Commit. Expand.