Once each cast member has received a character, they then form a single file line.
The person playing "Santa" enters in character and the scene begins.
Santa may be played in a very genuine sort of way (think ).
After Santa interacts with the audience or perhaps with an Elf employee, the first character in line sits on Santa's lap.
" The audience may suggest generic character types: cowboy, opera singer, cheerleader, etc.
They may also suggest specific individuals: Walt Disney, Saddam Hussein, Queen Elizabeth, etc.
(Or they can at least approach Santa if sitting is not appropriate to the character).
As Santa asks what the person wants for Christmas, he will also engage in a conversation that will deliver funny little clues about the identity of the character.
Also those that inject a branch into the scene can be fun.“The Dating Game” is a game appropriate for actors with at least some character experience, and is a fun game for an audience to watch.Follow these instructions to learn the rules of the game.The Host lets him/her inside and they begin to interact.A new Guest will arrive in about sixty seconds, so that in a very quick amount of time the Host will be interacting with three different "guest characters."The Host wants to figure out the identity of each Guest. The Guests should offer discreet clues that become more and more obvious as the improv game continues.