By Daniel Simon
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Therefore the eye ﬂickers about taking in small amounts of detail. An audience will always focus their attention on the face of the performer, and in detail they will try and focus on his or her eyes. But in a mask the human eye is not seen, so our brains readjust and take in a slightly larger area of interest – the whole face. This widening of focus therefore makes the brain more aware of the neck and torso, and it is this awareness that leads the audience to connect directly with the masked actor, since it is principally the relationship between the head and torso that expresses the most in mask theatre.
The donor provokes the partner, and they have a short interchange. ’ ‘No I’m bloody not, you idiot . ’ etc. After a short while the impro stops, the recipient gives back a different package containing a different emotion, and the exercise is repeated. Then try this exercise in a circle, the package being passed from one person to the next, so in effect they are doing it for an audience. Why do we like some people’s responses more than others? What we enjoy most is: • • • • truth immediacy lack of inhibition surprise.
Conventions Of course, masks are capable of carrying a strong narrative – you just have to discover what you want to tell, and how you are going to tell it, realising your limitations and working within boundaries. But no matter what form the work takes, several beneﬁts of masks are immediately apparent. • • • Multi-roles – many characters, few actors. Cross-dressing – boys become women, girls become men. Cross-ageing – a good actor should be able to portray any age in a mask, from infant to great age.