Arts News, October 4

Christopher Parsons, Theater Arts Teacher
October 4th, 2019

Developing Characters in Improv Elective

The seventh and eighth grade students in this year's improvisation class have been working hard on developing characters and expressing emotions. Improv scenes are more captivating to watch when they involve one crucial element: emotion. Feeling emotions in improv enables audiences to enjoy a deeper level of performance and comedy. Often times, the best movies, stories or memories, have a strong tie to feelings. The pictures you see are the starting points for different emotions. Can you guess what emotion each picture is trying to convey?

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