Imagination is a way to consider something that does not exist to be as if there is. If the illusion of the object is an event, then the imagination of the object is an object or something that is hindered. The goal is that we not only always depend on concrete things. Also on the stage, the audience will see that what is shown seems to be actually happening even though it is not actually seen, actually experienced by the performer. The ability to imagine is truly tested when we are playing a pantomime. On the other hand, if you will do a play with your students soon, we recommend you to check out and buy some of the best scripts for children’s plays.
For example, in the OBSESI text, there is a dialogue between the choir leader and the holy spirit. The holy spirit here only sounds, but the player must assume that the holy spirit really exists. In another example we can see in a text in which there is a dialogue, as follows: “Hey lieutenant, try to look at the woman with the dark eyes in front of the store. Watch the black hat and bag that she wears. I think I’ve seen the bag and hat used by Mrs. Lisa just before the murder “. What the character is talking about is actually just a fantasy. Women with dark eyes, hats, and black shirts are invisible or invisible on stage.
It has been mentioned that the object of imagination is an object or something that is subjected, including here all its properties and circumstances. As an exercise, the following methods can be used:
Mention as many things as possible in our brain. Don’t mention an object more than once.
Mention an object that is not around us then imagine and state the shape of the object, its size, nature, circumstances, color, etc. Consider or treat an object other than the truth. For example, consider a stone is a very funny item, whether it’s shape, location, etc. So by looking at the stone, we laugh out loud. Assume something has different properties. For example, a pencil tastes salty, bitter, sweet and then turns into something hot, cold, rough, etc.