We may not be doing any rehearsals at the moment due to a certain pandemic but that isn't to say we can't have fun!
Some of you grown-ups may remember a certain television programme called "Whose Line is it Anyway?" which ran from 1988 to 1999 on Channel 4. It was, (and still continues in the US to be) an improvisational comedy show consisting of a panel of four performers who create characters, scenes or songs on the spot in the style of short-form improvisation games, based on topics either prompted from audience suggestions or predetermined by the host.
You can watch some of the episodes on the Channel 4 website and even more on YouTube like the one below. (There are some adult-themed jokes so may not be entirely suitable for younger audience members but you can decide that for yourselves.)
We might adapt some of the games into warm-up activities when we return. (Child-friendly, of course.)