By Margaret Frazer
Whilst his band of touring avid gamers are taken in through a consumer, Joliffe and corporate locate that homicide has taken their position within the spotlight—and it's as much as them to trap a killer within the act.
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DURING THE PERFORMANCE • Keep your script away from your face but high enough to read: If you cover your face with your script, you block your voice from the audience. If you have your script too low, you need to tip your head down farther to read it and the audience won’t be able to hear you. • Use eye contact: Good Reader’s Theater performers look at the audience as much as they look at their scripts. If you look down, the sound of your voice goes down to the script and not out to the audience.
If you look down, the sound of your voice goes down to the script and not out to the audience. • Speak clearly: Make sure you are loud enough. Say all your words carefully. Be sure not to read too quickly. Remember, if you feel nervous, you may start to speak faster than usual. • Use facial expressions and gestures: Your facial expressions and gestures (hand movements) help the audience know how your character is feeling. If your character is happy, smile. If your character is angry, cross your arms and be sure not to smile.
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