So you rehearsed your material, you know where to stand, you know your moves. What about your face?

Facial Expressions need to be practiced and toned just like the rest of your performance. You communicate so much with your audience just with your face. The best way to practice is to first get to know your face, work the muscles and watch yourself in the mirror or on video. Once you know your own face you can better convey the intended emotion of the performance.

For more information or coaching - email me at Reggie@beingonstage.com

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