This is the second part in a series of things that stood out for me at the 16th Amsterdam International Improv Festival
which was last week.
Watching the Banzai Twins on Tuesday, there was a great reminder that inner thoughts provided by other players don't have to be expressed purely in words from off stage or over the shoulder. The player(s) expressing those thoughts can move as they do so, and so illustrate the emotion with movement. In fact they can do so without any words whatsoever and just depict the emotion in sound and/or movement.