First, make sure the audience can all see and hear you from where they are sitting.
Wear a hood or mask, and plain clothing, so you cannot be identified.
Cover their mouths with duct tape, so they do not interrupt.
Remember the three basic principles of story-telling.
- Make up outrageous lies.
- Laugh loudly at your jokes so that the audience can tell when you’ve said something funny.
- Use your hands to express yourself. For instance, if someone is not paying attention, use your hands to throw a pine cone at them.