Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Some things

Our exercises are going in a great direction. Adding in improv take everything to a whole new level because we now have to be able to feed off of what the other person says are does, despite how ridiculous it may be. I believe the key to be able to be good at this is too completely block out the audience. You have to acknowledge them because when they laugh you have to be able to stop and then pick up right where you left off. But to be able to become the character and embrace your surroundings, you have to block out the audience. If you are always waiting for the audience’s reaction then you are not focused on the scene itself.

1 comment:

Clayton said...


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