Slacker

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The Slacker is a longform improvised form built around the use of tag-outs to transition to new scenes. It is similar to a La Ronde, but with no restrictions with regard to the order of tag outs or the number of characters one might play. The form has been attributed to the team Beer Shark Mice. It was brought to New York and taught at The {[Magnet Theater]} by [{Alex Marino}].

The form is exceptionally flexible and is well suited for a wide range of team sizes, styles of play, time constraints and even stage sizes.

Among the teams that used the Slacker are: Beer Shark Mice Lead McEnroe Phooka Supercrab Minicrab