EMOTION EMOTION EMOTION
Instructor: Stacey Hallal
Often, people are initially drawn to comedy because it is a natural defense mechanism against feeling and/or showing emotion. The trouble is, without emotional investment, there is no scene and there is no comedy. To be a master improviser, you must know how to show and play with a wide range of emotions in your scenes. In Emotion, Emotion, Emotion, we will practice a variety of techniques to create characters with strong emotional points of view. Students will learn what emotions they play easily, what emotions cause stumbling blocks in their scene work, how to unlock the key to great scenework and the difference between the relationship and the game.