One “eye-dea” per phrase is a way to help you remember that we show that we are having a new idea by shifting our eyes. It is also to remind you that just like we have one music phrase per text phrase we should have one body language phrase per phrase.
This means that if we shift the direction of our eyes more than once in a phrase, or don’t shift our eyes to start to show what we are talking about next then the body language, music, and text will no longer be communicating the same thing. Consequently, the audience will subconsciously identify that something is off and disconnect from the performance.[Read more…] about One “Eye-dea” Per Phrase – No More and No Less