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Chain rhythm dialogue

One person thinks of something he wishes to express and tries to translate what he has thought into a rhythm of movement and sound (not simply mimicking the sound of the words!). His interlocutor watches him and answers him, but addresses the answer to a third person, who listens to him, and addresses a fourth person, etc. At the end, the participants tell each other what they were thinking, reproducing their rhythm while giving the translation.

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In Person Training
5-10 minutes
Group Size & Age
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Augusto Boal

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Okan Yahsi

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