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Acting Tactics

This presentation is for high school drama classes. It covers the basics of Acting Tactics.

Cody Griebel

on 7 October 2012

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Transcript of Acting Tactics

How to get your character what they want Acting Tactics There are two types of tactics
"Do what I want or I will make your life miserable."
"Do what I want and you will be happier for it." Scold
Make you partner feel bad about
something they have done.
"How could you do that!?" Convince
Get your partner to do what you want
through logicial arguments.
"You know, it would be best if you
helped me out." Knife
Stab your partner with your words.
"How DARE you?!" Coax
Gently push your partner to do what you want.
"Come on, you know you want to." Intimidate
Scare your partner into doing what you want.
"Do it, or I'm going to hurt you!" Pacify
Calm your partner down.
"Okay, okay, I'm going." Mock
Make fun of your partner.
"Haha, you look ridiculous!" Entice
Get your partner to do what you want
by making the want to do it.
"Come on, this is gonna be awesome!" Almost any action verb can be a tactic,
it just has to effect your partner!
For more tactics, visit http://www.sanjuan.edu/webpages/mmahoney/files/tactics+and+active+verbs.pdf Here's a great video on tactics!
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