Drama Strategy: Still Image

Patrice Baldwin
Monday, October 1, 2018

A ‘freeze frame’ is one way of acquiring a still image. Strictly speaking, ‘freeze-frame’ refers to freezing movement. The students obey an instruction, to ‘freeze’ simultaneously. They hold a moment still physically and stay ‘in the moment’ cognitively and affectively.

Pictures like Edward Hopper's Ground Swell make for good inspiration
Pictures like Edward Hopper's Ground Swell make for good inspiration

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