The first line of any scene is key. Once you hear it, you should know exactly what’s going on. Something this important should be handled by expert writers. In improv, those writers are you…the audience. 2 actors will begin a silent scene while the rest of the cast waits behind them. At some point one of the actors will stick out their hand to the audience. This means they want the audience to give them their very first line. Once they have one, they will say the line provided, and the scene will continue. When the rest of the cast yells “CUT”, that scene is concluded and 2 different actors will take the stage. Sometimes we may get several lines from the audience, sometimes we may all use the same line in different ways. The important thing is, we have to use whatever line you supply. Thus, the writing credit goes to you.
WARNING: Some scenes may contain explicit language and mature subject matter. Viewer discretion is advised.
May 10, 2013
Host : Wayne Stribling, Jr. (Former Member) Cast: Jill Allen (Former Member), Christopher Clarke (Former Member), Jan Gass (Former Member), Doug Kayne (Former Member), Rebecca Rios, & Wayne Stribling Jr. (Former Member) Line: "My money"