Peter Dohogne

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Improvisational theatre is a unique art form that requires actors to co-construct stories on stage in realtime without the benefits of any explicit communication. All negotiation about the content of the scene, including characters, setting, plot, and relationships, must be done within the context of the performance. This negotiation process is a special(More)
This paper describes the creation of a digital improvisational theatre game, called Party Quirks, that allows a human user to improvise a scene with synthetic actors according to the rules of the real-world Party Quirks improv game. The AI actor behaviors are based on our study of communication strategies between real-life actors on stage and the fuzzy(More)
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