Maintaining Voice Through Extreme Stress
Hey, I got a bit of a problem.
I'm doing a summer camp for my church where I'm singing. Problem the youth leader team including myself came up with a breakout character who does random things, yells BREAKOUT (Insert number) MORE DAYS! WHAT!? screaming at the top of his lungs. We're doing a few videos a day so we can post videos from video 29 to video day 1, then I need to sing at the camp and my voice is horse as it is.
How can I protect my voice while I do these silly things, and should I keep doing my warm-ups to help my voice as well? I remember Ken instructing to keep warming up, but lightly when your voice was down and out.
Example of something I know about is the voice actor for Gollum in Lord of the Rings would use his gollum juice which I believe was a concentrated mix of honey and ginger I think. Would something like that protect my voice while filming these silly vids, or is there something better so I can get my voice back up to speed?
Hope to hear a speedy response, we're on day 22, so that's 22 days to recover within the silliness. Thanks so much!