Listen for Rhythm, Tempo, and Watch the Facial Talk and Body Language

Jim Meskimen performs Clarence’s speech from William Shakespeare’s Richard III as a number of different celebrities, from George Clooney to Droopy Dog

While not all the impressions are spot on, the most interesting things for me are studying the different speech patterns and the way his face and body language morphs into the different characters. Keep this in mind as we move through the semester.


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