68 Theatre-Based Techniques for Youth Peer Education: A Training Manual
The Bin Run
Te group ines up across one en o a arge room. One inoe payer runstowars te ine o peope. Te oters genty catc an stop te payer as se ore gets to tem. Rotate unti a ave participate as runners.
The Bin Circe
The group forms a tight circle around a player in the centre, whose eyes arecose an eet are togeter. Participants in te circe pass te payer in te centrearoun wie se or e competey reaxes an aows te group to move er orim. Rotate unti a ave participate in te centre.
Teams of two to four people line up one by one on the stage. Their arms shoulde over teir teammate’s souers, an tey ace te oter payers an teaciitator. A o te memers o a team wi spea togeter as one voice, witno set script. Te team sou spea sowy an try to maintain eye contact witeac oter. No one payer sou try to ea – tis is aout enseme an trust.There are several ways to play this game. One way is for the facilitator to ask theto te a story (te aciitator can etermine te topic), spea as an expert onr answer questions rom te group. Anoter way is to ave two teams onrovise a scene as two caracters.
Wit te payers in a circe, te aciitator cas out te tite or a story. Te payersin te circe te tat story, wit eac payer saying one wor at a time as te storytraves aroun te circe.
Story Teing II
Procee as aove, ony a payer tes te story up to certain point an passes it tothe player to the right, who continues the story until passing it again.
Gibberish Story Teing
Procee as aove, ony give no tite to te story. A payer egins an passes testory as eore, ony it is spoen in gieris – no rea anguage is use. At teend, everyone can write down what they think the story was about and compareteir ieas.
A payer in te circe sows a pysica movement to te payer on te rigt. Oney one, eac payer copies it an sens it on unti it gets ac to its originator, at