Pantomime activity in which actors create a sense of space using only movement. Includes instructions and a list of twelve different types of rooms.

In this game, actors learn to create an illusion of space using movement and pantomime. This can be beneficial if you are wanting to produce a show and have a limited budget (no money for a set). There are four suggested activities that go along with the lesson, and a list of twelve different types of rooms one would find in a house.

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