Crazy Theater Teacher’s Weird Body Language Theory

Crazy Theater Teacher’s Weird Body Language Theory

My crazy theater teacher had a very strange theory about people and their body language!

Megan Maher:
E Griswold:
Chloe Dungate:


00:00 – Doll!
00:21 – Character Spheres?
02:05 – Vacant Head Sphere
03:28 – Intellectual Head Sphere
04:45 – Heart Sphere
06:11 – Will Sphere
07:57 – Outro

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26 Responses

  1. Let Me Explain Studios says:

    Gosh, you’re all so smart. I love reading these comments and your discussions! You’re the best audience. ❤

  2. Natalie Gray says:

    Something about these “character spheres” actually does strike a chord. I remember learning about leading with the hips/head/chest and how sitting on different parts of a seat have something to do with character in my high school theater classes. I think we called them something different, but for the life of me I couldn’t tell you what.

    • Blank Crossover says:

      Character development does goes over many of these things, the difference is aren’t categorized as a specific character with a mix of these different traits.

    • Moosification says:

      Dude- This is literally just-
      Yellow: ESFJ, ENFJ, ESFP, ESTJ
      Green: ISTP, INTJ, INTP, ISFP
      Pink: INFP, INFJ, ISFJ, ENFP
      Purple: ISTJ, ESTP, ENTP, ENTJ

    • DaDerpyWalrus says:

      It definitely involves information on how to properly compose yourself when playing different types of characters, but it’s just so difficult to make categories. It’d look better if it was like a spectrum.

    • V̶O̸I̵D̸ ̴E̶N̵T̸I̵T̵Y̵ says:

      @Natalie Gray ok

    • Natalie Gray says:

      @V̶O̸I̵D̸ ̴E̶N̵T̸I̵T̵Y̵ Don’t feed the bots, just report. ✌️💚

  3. The Heavy Flamer says:

    “They’re like Sans, they start off with their strongest attack.”
    She never fails to make me laugh harder than I should. Keep up the good work Becca.

  4. PantslessPajamas says:

    When person walks with their chest pointed down in a sad slump; broken heart-sphere.

    This has been your daily dose of relatable pain.

  5. Rebaka-Chan says:

    The frame at 4:30 makes me want to claim being a intellectual head sphere but realistically I’m a mash of all of them.

  6. Master Clash says:

    The vacant sphere almost completely matches me – I walk with a “purpose” (my former teacher described it as 50% a power walk and 50% “I’m gonna kill someone” walk), I (sorta?) maintain eye contact but my mind likes to think about other thing at the same time, and I occasionally use hand gestures (I like to move a lot). The only thing lacking is sitting on the edge of my chair, because chairs are meant to be sat in normally.

  7. [Brii Studios UwU] says:

    I swear with every video-
    Rebbeca and her videos are slowly becoming a classic cartoon and I’m all in on it

  8. Skijaramaz - Tone Shift says:

    I feel like I have the most in common with the Vacant Head and Heart spheres. I lead with my head, I gesture a lot, my eyes are all over the place, but I have been told many times that my face is absurdly expressive, I sit in chairs more or less like a normal dude, and I’m just an empathic sort in general.

  9. 『_LXSER_』 says:

    These character spheres are a rather interesting concept, body language does actually tell a lot about a person though most ppl would probably be a “mish-mash” of all these spheres. As everyone has different traits and their body language is usually a mix and match of these spheres though they might fit into one sphere more than the other, for example, I fit perfectly into the “vacant head sphere” but I still posses some traits of the intellectual head sphere, all though I posses very few of the other traits mentioned, I posses them nonetheless. I think body language within itself is quite intriguing as it can say a lot about a person without them ever having to say a word.

  10. cramer floro says:

    Thank you for reminding us that these personality type categories can’t perfectly encapsulate people, because I was just slightly PANICKING about the fact that I could see myself in all four spheres and couldn’t find one that I completely fit in.

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