Kato McNickle was exposed to the concept of plasticity when she studied with Paula Vogel. She discusses what plasticity is and how to create plasticity in your play-world in this participatory workshop.

Plasticity of the play-world is the theatrical mechanisms. It is the bones that support the shape. The speech is the breath. Starting with the bones before the breath will save you time, increase the urgency, and guide you through the arc of your story to keep you on track.

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