top of page
  • Writer's pictureLaurie Swigart




1. Help others learn your name and to help you learn theirs

2. To see how well you listen and follow directions

3. To see how well you cooperate in a group setting

4. To help you begin to identify weak areas that may need work

5. To help begin to build concentration and focus skills

6. To give you several methods you can use for relaxation

7. To build ensemble among the group

8. To help you loosen up and put aside inhibitions

9. To have fun in a constructive manner


1. Listen to instructions

2. If you don't understand something, ask for clarification

3. Do not ridicule or make fun of others

4. Give every exercise a chance

5. Focus on the task at hand

6. Don't evaluate until asked to do so

7. Look for the positive in each activity

8. Take an active part in the activity without comment

9. Don't interfere in the work of other individuals

10. NOTE: If you spend your time during these activities not focusing on the activity or making constant comments to and about others, the whole class will suffer. We cannot work in that type of atmosphere. Individuals who cannot work for the better of the group or who cannot listen and follow directions will be asked to sit out during the activity.

4 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

by Kent Lantaff. STAGE DIRECTIONS. October 1996 What do theatrical employers believe actors need to learn from actor training programs? We asked a sampling of those who do the hiring in the theatre --

by Nym M. K. Nevarez. DRAMATICS. May, 1993. Have you ever watched a juggler throwing knives or bowling balls or flaming torches into the air, and wondered, "How does he do that?" Actually, it's a lot

Creative individuals are remarkable for their ability to adapt to almost any situation and to make do with whatever is at hand to reach their goals. By Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, published on July 01, 1

bottom of page