Improv Rambling: A Life - a sort-of form (that will never happen)
Not really a form. More of a show concept. And not really one most people in the world would want to sit through. But anyway…
The show takes 8 hours and involves 16 teams, 30 minutes a team.
The first team starts with one character’s birth. (If they want to start at conception, fine. The argument of when a life begins is really not the point but seeing the character’s parents before the birth would kind of be fun.)
Each team is responsible for approx. 5 years of the character’s life. They can handle this however they want. If they want to do a slice of life monoscene, sure. A Slacker around the character, okee dokee. 25-ish quick scenes covering all those 5 years, go to it.
Each team must watch at least the two teams that come before them.
Last team handles the death.