Are there times where you struggle to hold up your end of a conversation? It can be difficult if you do not know how to respond to people’s cues and nuances with ease and spontaneity. One way to improve that is by taking acting classes.
Why Consider Acting Classes to Learn Conversation Skills?
One of the components of a NYC acting class is learning improv. When training in improv, you start with a basic prompt from your teacher, like “a first date between strangers,” and you then make up what happens next, on the spot, by saying “Yes, and..”. The idea of “Yes, and…” is you say yes to whatever your partner gives you, and build from there. Rather than denying an idea they throw your way, you run with it. You learn to respond freely to those around you, their gestures and words leading you from one part of the scene to the next. Each person in the improv helps to advance the story, and by the end, everyone is working cohesively as a single unit.
If you are looking for a way to learn how to feed off of those around you, consider trying acting classes. They can give you a solid footing in nearly any situation, and make your conversations some that everyone will remember.