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VoiceOverXtra - Sounds Odd - Tongue Twister Research - Elizabeth ...

VoiceOverXtra - Sounds Odd - Tongue Twister Research - Elizabeth ... | Drama as aTeaching Area | Scoop.it

Voice actors are often encouraged to use tongue twisters as warm-up exercises before performing. For most of us, it's easier to spend a few minutes practicing crisp articulation with a few well-worn phrases before delivering a ...


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Vocal warm ups are a important part of a performers day. In class we have been working with basic sounds to enhance our projection without losing the tone and meaning. We will now graduate onto annunciation. This Scoop.it topic has same great points on tying all this together with some tongue twisters. Please choose one, and practice using different tones and facial expressions. Will be using these next class for our warm up, look forward to seeing the zaniest and most abstract interpretations. 

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Find out whats happening in Brisbane. As budding performers it is important to start building a network of peers to further develop your career. See at least one show and immerse yourself into the culture. Then tell me, What did the performers do well? What would you have done differently? What other themes would you have liked to see explored, or did the cast capture the playwrights intentions?

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