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Reply to "Using Overhead Transparencies in Drama"

Yes, the children basically become shadows on the wall or screen. In my experience, they look at the shadows they are projecting, not at the bright light. If you had a set up where you had a large group, only a few of which are "on stage" it might not work. To an observer in the audience, it doesn't look great, but to the actors watching their actions projected onto a background it is cool.

Peace,
Lisa

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