I am going to schedule an Ad Lib Meet-Up for February. We will be meeting at the Civic Center this time, behind City Hall.
For this month's Meet Up, here is my concept: Bring a 2 page script, break the people who show up into two groups, have each of the groups film the same script, and then later on compare the two filmed versions of the same script!
In order for that to happen, we'd need: a 2 page script, 2 cameras/tripods/microphones and enough people to create two groups, which would mean like 10 or 12 people to show up. Possible? You tell me!
If you are not going to show up, please don't RSVP "yes". I'd rather have people I wasn't expecting to come out than having people flake. I'm not sure why people say "yes" and then don't show up, but its annoying for those of us who do show up to be waiting around for people who never appear. So don't so it!
PLEASE NOTE: This is conceived as a 100% improv'ed endeavor, except hopefully in this case we'll have a 2 page script of some kind. If you must have everything planned out, and done the way its "supposed" to be done on a real movie set, you may not have fun. And once you show, you are expected to contribute. The idea is loose, informal & collaborative.
Here is Decembers result, in case you haven't seen it: http://www.youtube.co...
Hope you can make it! There weren't a lot of us last time, but we had fun.
If you have additional/better/different ideas, I WANT TO KNOW!