Yes-and Definition

verb

To go along with what is offered, especially in a performative context, and to accept and expand upon it; to go with the flow ; to take it in stride .

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Origin of Yes-and

  • From a well-known rule in improv acting, wherein improvised lines must (figuratively) be answered with yes and... in order to continue the scene.

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