Ahhhhhhhhhhhh! I just had to get that out.

I've mentioned a few times around here that I'm an improviser. I've been improvising for about two years and I fucking love it like I should love my immediately family. I generally perform a few times a month and have never suffered from stage fright. Until tonight. We're debuting a brand new format at my improv theater this evening. Basically a local playwright has written a one scene, two person play. My scene partner and I are going to act out the scene, then put the script down and IMPROVISE THE REST OF THE PLAY. There are only two of us, and we are aiming for an hour's worth of improv. I'm terrified and excited and a little bit nauseous. Being on stage for an hour with no way to tag out of the scene to regroup is really intense. I definitely have to chops for it, but I'm still so intimidated. I've also never seen this done, which doesn't help. Any words of wisdom from people who had to jump into a new experience totally blind? Humorous gifs are always welcome as well.