DO RUN RUN
Name and profession of an audience member.
Five players work together to tell a story by singing a song one line at a time. The pattern for this game is an AABBB rhyme scheme. This means that player one and two have to rhyme the last word they say with each other, but players three, four, and five only have to rhyme the last word they say with themselves. For example, player one’s last word was “cat,” so player two’s rhyme could be ”hat.” Player three’s last word was “dream,” so player four could say “steam,” and player five could say “cream.” Once all five players have sung a line, the verse is complete and the next player in line begins the second verse. The game ends when five verses have been sung.