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Voice in Drama
Transcript of Voice in Drama
The use of your Voice
When using your
you need to
"Let me have it Sam"
Individually think about
Does your voice sounds appropriate
- perhaps harsh or soft, angry or
Is it suitable for the character
Have you got the loudness or quietness
of your lines right?
Can everyone in the audience hear you?
Does your character speak with a high
or low pitched voice? If you were
playing a hanging judge, would a
squeaky voice sound right?
What would this person say?
How quickly you say your lines
Too fast, and the audience won't keep
up, too slow and they might get bored.
Can you alter the pace according to
what's happening in the drama?
Practice speaking very, very clearly?
How would you interpret this line?
How would you perform it?
write a short monologue on what this person would say?
Circle and label monologue stating how they would say each line or word
Using the profile, think about how you
would imagine this person would talk.
Tone, volume, pitch, clarity, pace of this person
Present back to class
How do they speak?
Tom Hanks as
Do you remember
Think about the
of his voice?
have learnt about
to your scripts.
Actress Age 31
In Gavin and Stacey plays "Rudi"
How is sheridan playing the
role with her voice?