From this performance, I can see that we need to work out our timings, e.g, when to stop stamping and how many times we do it before we stop with Evie. Also, we need to sort out the speed of our gestures, e.g, shocked hand to mouth because we were all moving at different times, and being in sync with the "Welcome to St Mary's" at the beginning.Personally, I need to work on keeping in time with my stamping because I was not synchronised with the other members of the group a few times.
I think we need to work on our synchronisation in the opening scene so that the movements for 'welcome to st Mary's'. we also need to makesure that we are all in time in the cell scene.
I think it's important that we really exaggerate a lot of our choral movement if we want it to be effective - so being sure there's tension in our bodies and that every move is big and open. We'll have to clean the banging/cell scene to be sure on timing and generally work on being as in sync with each other as possible.
I think that one of the main improvements we need to make is to ensure all of the choral movement is tense and exaggerated to make it as effective as possible. I think adding sounds to big gesture moments would also help it become more effective. Also, I think my character needs to react more and be more scared and already start to show signs of madness e.g. Scratching and twitching.
I think we did well but we need to exaggerate our choral movement and all be in time with each other, I personally need to try and keep a straight face when doing my choral movements. Therefore my choral movement needs to be worked on
A duo like Ant and Dec, but with less accent