The Newlywed Game, a popular TV show, is great to duplicate for wedding showers, anniversary parties, and any time you want to add fun to a celebration involving married or about-to-be married couples.
(This is the only part of the game that may or may not be improvised.) Choose three actors to play potential dates or contestants for your bachelorette.Have the audience yell out suggestions for the suitor’s professions.Couples compete to answer questions about each other and singles compete and answer questions about who they would like to date.The game lasts approximately 90 minutes but can be longer or shorter if needed.However, it is a good idea to mix the question up so those watching and playing stay interested.
Knowing something about the couple in advance will help the questioner pick the best questions to ask. Dating relationships have their ups and downs and many interesting facets, ripe for newlywed game questions.Begin the game by having the bachelorette ask bachelor #1 a question.Be sure the bachelorette plays a character as well.If students are caught cheating or trying to give each other answers they will be disqualified.Imrprov or Improvisational Comedy is the art of acting out scenes, playing characters, or delivering dialogue on the spot. Improv games can be performed on stage as part of theater performances, played with students in classroom settings, or parties for various reasons including ice breaking fun, or helping with children’s confidence levels.“The Dating Game” is a game appropriate for actors with at least some character experience, and is a fun game for an audience to watch.