One Voice

One Voice


The players are telling a story as one person, and they all talk at exactly the same time.

Teaching Purpose

For this exercise players need to listen and slow down. There’s no leader, everyone should be following and supporting each other.

Additional Tips for Playing

  • Keep looking at each other, with eye contact
  • Mimic body language and movements, as well as voice


  • This can be played facing the audience, telling a story
  • Can also be done as a character being asked questions by an interviewer
  • Can also be a character in a scene.


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