Touch me in the morning, then just walk away...

Singers/Actors! This is an important perspective to perpetrate: Every one gesture is actually two gestures. For example, when you hug someone you wrap your arms around your loved one and embrace them, then you determine when and if you will stop the hug, and take your arms and body away. This could be said about close to every gesture. A shrug of the shoulder can be a fast jerk, and then release, or that shrug could sustain and linger before the shoulder is released back to the starting position. This practice promotes a strength, efficiency, and purpose to every gesture - even a seemingly fast, thrown away gesture. We do this all the time in life, but in performance the profundity of a gesture will assist the telling and giving of the character, and story. Enjoy!


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