Clips from movies/YouTube are projected on to the stage, with the sound off. The players dub the voices.
Additional Tips for Playing
- When providing the voice for the person on screen watch their mouth at all times and match their mouth shape. If they stop moving their mouth stop speaking.
- Give each other offers i.e an emotion in your voice.
- It’s great if you have microphones for the voices, but not essential.
- This game is similar to dubbing and sound effects.
“This game is called Film Dubbing. We will be projecting a short video for you to watch. Unfortunately, we don’t have the sound so two of our improvisers, who haven’t seen the footage will be providing the dialogue and sound effects.”
This exercise is in the following categories:
Support and Teamwork
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