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Acting Tips: Non-Verbal Acting The art of facial expression, gestures and body language to help students elevate oral interp performances to the next level. Here's a short intro to the concept from Stella Damasus of An Actor's Playhouse.
Nonverbal Communication Exercises for the Drama Class Because theatre and oral interp is a visual medium and today’s students are visual learners, it is a great idea to incorporate nonverbal communication exercises into your program.
Physicalize Your Scene Work e often spend a lot of time developing the nonphysical part of a character: character profiles, reflection, getting into the text. Sometimes student actors leave a character’s physicality to the last minute or they do not incorporate it at all. This results in some students ending up with characters that look, stand, sit, and move a lot like they do on a daily basis.
The 5 Key Body Language Techniques of Public Speaking 5 key areas in which your physical expressiveness can take your own talks from mundane to memorable. Learn them if you want to practice powerful body language techniques for your own public speaking.
The Art of Facial Expressions Make your own using Selfies - Works great in person and virtually
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