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Other Resources 13 June 2022

How to create theatre that is both physical and emotional

Some people in the theatre world might tell you that making theatre is all about emotion. They would say that if your play isn’t making the audience cry by the end, then you’re doing it wrong.  Good theatre is a balance of physical and emotional storytelling. It’s not enough to just make the audience feel something – you have to engage their intellect and their senses as well. This blog explores some ways and tools to create theatre that is both physical and emotional.

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