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Welcome to Interactive Characters

Shakespeare For Today’s Actor

I’ve been working a lot with Shakespeare lately. Teaching, performing and writing about his plays. I realize now how much this training and performance experience adds to work with contemporary scripts and in working as an interactive character. Doing Shakespeare well means the actor is portraying a bigger than life character with unshakable commitment, believability…

More Behaviors and What They Suggest

The definition of ‘interactive’ is a two-way flow of information, allowing people to influence or have an effect on each other. It’s commonly accepted that, as humans exchange information with each other, only 7% is done with words. Another 38% is in vocal tone. And the greatest factor in human communication (55%) is body language.…

Seeing Into Someone’s Heart – Non-Verbal Cues

Without thinking about it, everyone does it. People broadcast their level of attention, interest and comfort in non-verbal messages. It’s a peek at what is going on in someone’s heart.  To put it into our terms, these messages are the very first offer you get from your scene partner. As you work, it is critical…

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