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the use of the voice to signal the end of the statement, depression, finality, or firmness
the use of the voice to suggest calmness, decisiveness; staying on the same note
the use of the voice to blend two or three sounds for a vowel that normally has a single sound, allowing the actor to stress or change a word's meaning
the use by an actor of a personal experience to relate to the experience of a character within a play
the audience's reaction that actors listen for in order to anticipate the length of time the audience will laugh
when an actor shows the audience a character's true personality through interpretation, nonverbal expression, voice quality, pitch, rate, and physical action
the careful noting of people's emotions, physical characteristics, and voice and direction patterns from which characters are modeled
the recalling of specific emotions, such as fear, joy, or anger
used in developing character
controlling the volume and quality of the voice do that it cane heard clearly by everyone
playing the conditions
interpreting characters with the help of elements such as time, place, weather, objects, and the state of the individual
playing the objectives
using all the methods, including physical or mental acts or objects, to reach the goals of characters
playing the obstacles
facing each crisis or obstacle that stands in the way of an objective of a character
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