Can one be a good orator without theatrics?Oratory is a special skill. I don't have any oratorial skill. I can't speak in presence of people. But I have seen many people do enjoy talking in front of others. They are not necessarily politicians. They can change the modulation of their voice at will, they can establish eye-contacts with the audience. They can laugh while speaking, they can make people cry while they speak. Mark Anthony's speech as written by Shakespeare is a perfect example. The dramatization by Late Utpal Dutt is unforgettable.
In this connection, I would like to know whether oratorial skill can be devoid of theatrics. Can anyone make the audience spellbound without resorting to theatrics? Feeling curious to know.