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Started by lumpley, August 27, 2004, 10:26:20 AM
QuoteChildren's stories (the better ones at least) address things that are very deep
Quote from: MegueyWhen we play adult characters in adult situations, we are not as vulnerable because of our years of practice guarding ourselves, and our subconscious comes out in other ways. When we play children (or play for children, as Moose and Susan would be), our subconscious is right there and we are much more open and vulnerable, which would naturally lead to greater connection and emotional weaving between players.
Quote from: Ron EdwardsEvery game of PTA apparently has the same effect on the folks involved in play.
Quote from: Mike HolmesIf nothing else, every TV exec needs to own a copy of this game. :-)
QuoteIt helps you figure out what the story's about, what everyone does in the story to illustrate that theme, and what the characters do when they figure out what it's about.
Quote from: Ron EdwardsWhen you say, "how much role-playing goes on," I really have no idea what you mean. Maybe my comments in RP'ing and acting are relevant, I'm not sure.