When you dedicate yourself to the arts, you become more well-rounded. Here’s a list of a few ways theatre kids succeed in everyday life. 1. Communication When you’re constantly practicing lines and working on the emotion behind the words, you become more natural at getting your point across. Theatre students understand where to put emphasis and emotion in their phrasing, and they do it quite successfully, due to all their practice. They are also naturally better at public spe
I wanted to bring up a life lesson that all of us can learn from. Thank you Chryssie Whitehead for bringing this to light. Poof's, as she refers to, are thoughts in our mind that can make or break us or another person. We have thousands of thoughts going through our mind all day. We also decide which thought will stay a thought and 'Poof' go away! Allowing the 'Poofs' to become verbal and out of our mouth could be Judgments. We can self judge or judge others, which in tur
Food for thought: When you look at songs to sing ... remember the hardest moments could be in the ‘stillness’ the character needs to live through! It is also the hardest to be that still and vulnerable and think ‘I’m not doing anything’.
There is more power in emotion that is has no movement. To get to that vulnerability you can use movement as an exercise! You also have to have worked on yourself and what you can bring to the vulnerability to then create the character. W