'Embodying the dialogue' = getting the character's body into the dialogue, living in the vocal stream.
See - for main discussion - Radio drama dialogue is much more than the words on the page Getting PRESENCE into the scene - the sense of a character being 'in' 'umms' (1) characters' reactions while others (scene partners) are speaking, (2) establishing presence
Advice - Your work as a radio drama director
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