by Matthieu Giroux
Telling tales is improvising a living story, based on the tale’s script. We only remember the plot of the story when we tell it. We don’t recite, but we invent emotions, or dialogues.
You have to improvise and create attitudes, then make your emotions feel, when you relive this story. Some innocent listeners let you know if you’re showing the right emotion.
We can be helped by an adapted set, or a playful atmosphere, because the viewer has to play with you, to fit in with the story.
When we follow each other, the story tells about an important emotional character. Tale’s telling requires to play with its sensations, to show the best of himself.
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