LADDER OF EMOTIONS
Give your audience the 'ladder of emotions'
When you must give us a peak emotion, and when there is a climax in a scene, you must reveal the full process of your character's emotions, and build them.
You have to work through the 'moments' - the complicated sequence here. You have to research it and think it through creatively.
See - on the Radio Drama Site - INTENSIFYING THE MOMENT - discover the intense moments within your scenes
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ADVICE FROM ALAN BECK - FIRST STEPS TO ACTING TRAINING
'ACTING 101' - FIRST YEAR ACTING TRAINING
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