In this episode, Rob and Adam discuss casting and what does the "perfect" Harold team look like! If you'd like to play at home, pick 8 archetypes from the list below:
1) Initiator - This player starts scenes. Always the first person out.
2) Listener - This person is always 2nd out. Very good at supporting their partner's offers.
3) Glue Player - Directs the show from within. Very good at editing the show and being mindful of variety.
4) Game Player - Master of Game of the Scene. Excellent at heightening patterns.
5) Actor - Very charming onstage. Able to ground even the weirdest of premises.
6) Tagger - Excellent at 2nd beats. Great at tagging into scenes. Always has a great 2nd beat ready.
7) Clown - Someone very funny. Able to bring down the lights. Falls down a lot.
8) Veteran - Someone with loads of experience. Able to take the suggestion and instil a strong work ethic in the team.
9) Instigator - This is person likes to cause mischief in scenes. Always pushing boundaries.
10) Connector - Able to find the theme and bring everything together in 3rd beats.
11) Organic Player - Master of Group Games and openers. Able to execute complex transitions.
12) Justifier - Able to set-up the who, what, where. Provide context to scenes.
13) Singer - Someone who is excellent at musical improv.
14) Character Player - Someone who is able to bring a series of big, rich characters to scenes.
15) Deadpanner - Someone who's dry wit is able to bring BIG cerebral laughs to the stage. Also excellent at satire and premises.
16) Yes Ander - Someone very excited to be there and support other player's ideas.
17) Storyteller - Able to tell a compelling narrative and create mind-blowing action sequences.