"You have to be somewhere to go somewhere."

Inter-Spatial and Inner-Corporal CARDINAL DIRECTIONS

Inter-Spatial: Forward, Back, Left and Right in reference to a fixed downstage.
Inner-Corporal: The actors orientation in space in relation to the direction of the pelvis.

A character must be somewhere to go somewhere...
Inter-Spatial and Inner-Corporal Cardinal Directions help the actor develop a deeper sense of where they are in the space, and their connection to the audience. By understanding and being able to track the relationship between Inter-Spatial and Inner-Corporal Cardinal Directions, the actor can more easily feel pattern, memorize complex stage choreography, and derive further creative inspiration by feeling the poetic story being told thru the device of direction changes.

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