Convention Spotlight: How Did Ann Romney Do?
Ann Romney’s best moments in her speech tonight were when she looked directly to the camera and spoke powerfully in a strong and steady voice.
At other points, she undermined herself by reverting into a sing-song voice that lacked both conviction and authority. One got the sense she was reading a script rather than speaking to her audience.
From the Green Room: When giving a long speech to a large audience, you need to vary the energy. Not every moment can or should be at high intensity. It is possible to speak more casually, without compromising your connection to your audience.