Listening and watching (in a positive way) are very underrated. In a previous ‘life’ I was a therapist (remedial massage mostly) and I spent many years teaching others how to assess the varying conditions of their clients.
You remember the days when you used to play ‘make-believe’? Ok, some of us don’t actually stop doing that, but I’m talking about a time when you could be immersed in a game and it became almost real for you.
Whilst I was running a youth theatre a few years back I was asked if we could do something for ‘Shakespeare Day’…. Well yes, but no time to get a full length play together. People were doing things in and
In my post Introductions I mentioned that the game can get a lot more complicated and challenging. It can and this is how:
I know .. there are loads of ways to introduce yourself when a new group first gets together. And there are loads of ways to start a rehearsal with a group of people not used to working with each other.
So .. theatre games? Love them – or don’t see the point? I LOVE them. If you have a group that meets regularly and you want them to learn how to work together, improve performance skills, gain confidence and awareness