Vocal Awareness

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Mind Map by justinevlad, updated more than 1 year ago
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A mind map of rehearsal techniques for vocal awareness

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Vocal Awareness
1 Line Drama - actors perform in a line, use of voice only, no movement. Cast members share insights.
2 The Essence - actors say the key word in every line; consider influence on tone, emphasis, projection, etc.
3 Choral Speaking - the ensemble speak in unison as a chorus to highlight themes/issues or as a comment on the action
4 Duologue Projection - actors stand on opposite sides of the rehearsal space and deliver lines, gradually increasing levels of projection from 1 (stage whisper) to 10
5 Walk/Talk the Punctuation - actors read the line silently and change direction whenever they encounter punctuation. Reflect on insights. Consider impact on pace, length of pause, projection, etc.
6 Emotional Drive - begin an extract with one emotion and end in another; reflect on insights
7 Number Line - 1 = stage whisper/ 10 = loudest projection. The director calls a number, actors apply the level of projection to lines of the text. Reflect, insights re power, oppression, tension.
8 Project the Punctuation - gradually increase/decrease projection at each punctuation mark; reflect on insights.
9 Scenario Projection - deliver a key line: whispering to a candle; calling from a cliff edge; calling to the heavens
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