Pronounce as `Maestro`. All players are assigned a number. Its improv meets "Survivor." The director, or Emcee, choose for every game the appropriate number of players. The director explain the improv game to be played, perhaps ask the audience for suggestions, direct and correct the scene.
After each scene or game the audience decides, by voting off a player, by cheering or applause how many points the scene should be awarded. Each player gets as many points as the scene he or she played in was awarded.
Once everyone has played in a scene, the players with the lowest score drop off, and the whole thing starts again. The director ensure that (certainly with large groups of players) that there are more group-games at the start of the evening, and more 2-person scenes or even monologues toward the end of the evening.
The winner is the Micetro!
Unexpected Production's Market Theater (View)
1428 Post Alley
Seattle, WA 98101-2034