24 short, solo scenes to assign to your advanced or older students!

Are you working with advanced students? Here are 24 detailed solo scenarios that can be performed in class or given as homework. Students can practice the scenes, receive critiques, and then perform again on another day incorporating the feedback.

Example of a solo improvisation with obstacles:

You are sitting as home alone watching television when you hear a noise coming from the kitchen. It sounds like someone is trying to break into the house through the back kitchen door. You want to call the police but the only phone in the house is in the kitchen. You try leaving, but the lock on the door has been mysteriously bolted from the other side.

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