Fluency with Gibberish and Verbal Agility
The Spolin Players (www.spolinplayers.com) have been doing Gib-Interp as a show game for the past 27 years. Here’s an example of great gibberish and great translation, by David McCharen and Danny Mann.
Something to say
As gibberish becomes ‘fluent’ much more can be expressed. The audience responds better to what they understood the gibberer to mean than if the interpreter made up a funny line based on misunderstanding. Gibberish is subtext and direct communication.