examples

 

...dramatic storytelling





















This style of dramatic storytelling, known as “Dramatic Interpretation” (DI), draws the audience in with 1.) a “teaser” (where the actor starts in the middle of the story without much explanation), 2.) an intro (where the actor sets up the character/story/theme with direct audience focus), and 3.) the interpretation/acting out of the story.  Watch one or more examples below to learn about this style of storytelling, and observe how the actors perform engaging stories without the use of props, costumes, or scripts.