The Aussie Icons Impro Theatre ACT show, in spite of being quite a bit smaller than our past ones, seemed to go really well.
I ended up doing a ‘couch potato’ / Norm from ‘Life. Be in it” costume with a beer bottle and a remote control as props, which didn’t involve me buying too much great or going to too much trouble, but worked quite well. It’s quite amusing to see what other improvisers do back stage when you point a remote at them and press a button.
Given that we only had eight performers, the show felt like it tuned over much faster with everyone playing every second game on average. There were lots of good ones, and a few that seemed to crash but were quickly forgotten. The highlights were probably some of the really good musical scenes, which seemed to work especially well in the smaller theatre.
All in all, it was a very nice show to be a part of. Congratulations to all the performers, and many thanks to the audience. I’m already looking forward to the next one, which should be back in the main theatre on the 26th of February.