If my husband or I are having a rough day – watching some of these episodes does the trick! Many of the games are simple and with a little help from the Dating Divas can be played right in your own home!
It doesn’t take long to crack a smile or get a chuckle. With a little creativity, and some fabulous company – this date night could uncover some hidden talents you didn’t know your spouse had!
We will continue until there is only one rapper left.
They will get to pick a suggestion from the audience and finish the rap up, wrapping up the story. Two of the people have "catch phrases", two lines of dialogue each (one question and one statement) that are collected from the audience.
The first line starts with a given letter (say `R`).
The reply to that line must start with a `S`, and so on, until the whole alphabet has been covered. Players that hesitate, use the wrong letter, uses random words or does not move along the scene are replaced by another player. This goes back and forth until one of the two players cannot come up with a response and yells "Because I said so!
This is a free form game meant to follow an audience interview.
Performers do a collection of scenes that reenact an average day in the life of our featured audience member. This is a scene consisting of 26 lines of dialogue.
One player acts as host and calls out the audience suggestions. Players line up, and the audience provides nouns, people, occupations, etc.
During the scene those "catch phrases" are the only thing they can say.
They may change the inflection or add different punctuation, but they may not change the words or the order of them.
Such as this clip:1 player is chosen to be a special guest at a news press conference -only that player doesn’t even know who they are!
The player must answer the reporter’s pointed questions until he/she figures out who they are and what they did! Improv comedy troops are becoming more and more popular ESPECIALLY for date night!
In this game a coat hanger is no longer for hanging clothing but rather a hook for Captain Hook’s hand or an interesting nose ring.