Drama Games Drama Games for breaking the ice, physical warm-ups, group dynamics and encouraging creativity. These activities are drawn from a wide range of sources, including traditional games, as well as exercises developed by directors, actors and teachers. View each category by clicking on the tabs below. Freeze and Justify / The Martha Game / What Are You Doing? / Everyone Who / Pinocchio / Murder Mystery / Hitchhiker / Look Up (Dude!) / The Shakes / Mr. Hit / Whole Zoo Duck Duck Goose Improvs and Warmups This is a small collection of improvisation games and warmup games that can be used to sharpen up your cast if you're a director, or to add energy and .
Games are the perfect way to break the ice and engage people of all ages. Within the structure of a drama class, games can be used as a get-to-know-you exercise, for warm-up, to introduce or practice a new skill or just for fun. Here are 10 drama games that are ideal for your next class: 1. Park Bench. Three chairs are set up in a row at the front. Fun Drama Games and Activities. These fun drama games and activity ideas are sure to bring hours of fun and laughter to the drama team or department. These games can be used as warm-ups, team building games, or just activities to have fun. 1. RIBBON OF SOUND. Sit in a circle. One person starts a sound.
More Drama Games and Activities 2 Circle And Cross Age: 7 to adult Players: Whole Group Time: 5 minutes Skills: Concentration, Ice-breaker A game for breaking the ice and quickly getting the attention of the group. Ask everyone to hold up their right hand and draw a small circle in the air in front of them with their nger. Drama games are a great tool for a whole multitude of reasons. They can be part of your warm-up, help establish you as the facilitator, aid group cohesion and help students explore themes or particular skills. Where they are placed is up to you.