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'''Support moves''' or  '''support work''' are any moves by the backline that help to support a scene.
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'''Support moves''' or  '''support work''' are any moves by the backline that help support a scene. Support moves are in service either of the [[game]] or the [[base reality]].
  
This includes [[walk-on|walk-ons]], [[tag-out|tag-outs]], [[edit|spit scenes]], a [[edit|swinging door]], [[scene painting]], as well as fleshing out the envorinment by playing animes or inanimate objects, or event an [[edit]].
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This includes [[walk-on|walk-ons]], [[tag-out|tag-outs]], [[edit|split scenes]], a [[edit|swinging door]], [[scene painting]], [[cut-to]] as well as fleshing out the environment by playing animals or inanimate objects, or even an [[edit]].
  
Other support moves include helping a teammate move through space--appearing weightless,
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Other support moves include helping a teammate move through space--appearing weightless.
  
 
Teams often discuss what support moves they allow as an ensemble as well as individual content or physical boundaries for their sets prior to a show.
 
Teams often discuss what support moves they allow as an ensemble as well as individual content or physical boundaries for their sets prior to a show.

Latest revision as of 21:44, 19 March 2020

Support moves or support work are any moves by the backline that help support a scene. Support moves are in service either of the game or the base reality.

This includes walk-ons, tag-outs, split scenes, a swinging door, scene painting, cut-to as well as fleshing out the environment by playing animals or inanimate objects, or even an edit.

Other support moves include helping a teammate move through space--appearing weightless.

Teams often discuss what support moves they allow as an ensemble as well as individual content or physical boundaries for their sets prior to a show.