As an actor in the Zoom world, we can struggle with no longer being able to utilize the full extent of our body and our kinesphere. Even for those of us with experience in on camera work, the frame is often tighter and the static nature of our relationship to the camera diffuses some of the tension that can be built off the voyeuristic lens of the camera. Due to this, the actor is stuck in this in between realm that's not quite theatre and not quite film. In this blog, I will examine how we can find ways to utilize movement in a static realm of performance.

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