Improvisation For Speech And Theater

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Improvisation For The Theater

Author : Viola Spolin
ISBN : 081014008X
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 60.15 MB
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Collects exercises, games, and other techniques developed by Viola Spolin for stimulating creative expression.
Category: Performing Arts

Speech And Drama

Author : Ann Jones
ISBN : 1904557155
Genre : Speech
File Size : 82.2 MB
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This Speech and Drama handbook is designed to provide practical advise to teachers and students preparing for Speech and Drama examinations.
Category: Speech

Speech And Drama

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ISBN : UVA:X030730232
Genre : Oral communication
File Size : 23.37 MB
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Category: Oral communication

Speech And Drama

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ISBN : UVA:X002553091
Genre : Oral communication
File Size : 64.42 MB
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Category: Oral communication

Action Theater

Author : Ruth Zaporah
ISBN : 1556431864
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 30.31 MB
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Each chapter of this book presents a single day of the twenty-day training which Ruth Zaporah developed into Action Theater, her investigation into the life-reflecting process of improvisation. This book shows through exercises, stories, anecdotes, and metaphors how to focus attention on the body's awareness of the present moment, moving away from preconceived ideas. Improvisations move through fear, boredom, laziness, and distraction to a sustained awareness of creative options.
Category: Performing Arts

In Context

Author : John Seely
ISBN : UOM:39015024560925
Genre : Drama in education
File Size : 60.50 MB
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Deals with improvisation, an activity in which children act through a scene without a preconceived plan, primarily to develop language skills.
Category: Drama in education

Mask Improvisation For Actor Training Performance

Author : Sears A. Eldredge
ISBN : 0810113651
Genre : Performing Arts
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Because mask improvisation is relatively new in American theatre training, this work is designed to acquaint readers with the theory of mask improvisation and to instruct them in the techniques of the method as well. It gives a historical survey of the role masks of masks in various cultures.
Category: Performing Arts

Improvisation In Drama Theatre And Performance

Author : Anthony Frost
ISBN : 9781137348128
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 41.6 MB
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This established text explores the history, theory and practice of improvisation within the rapidly changing field of Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies. New material includes improvisation in film, stand-up comedy, LARPing, applied theatre and theatre sports. It contains a wealth of new exercises and examples from contemporary practitioners.
Category: Performing Arts

Drama Improvised

Author : Kenneth Pickering
ISBN : 9781136676680
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 54.52 MB
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Improvisation lies at the root of actor training, educational drama, role play and drama therapy, but for many it is still a daunting prospect or an activity which taxes the imagination. In this completely new and revised edition of this classic book on the subject, Kenneth Pickering provides a thoroughly practical, accessible, and inexpensive guide to using improvisation in a wide variety of situations. Teachers, organizers of drama workshops, therapists and trainers will all find this book a source of constant help.
Category: Performing Arts

Semiotics And Pragmatics Of Stage Improvisation

Author : Domenico Pietropaolo
ISBN : 9781474225823
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Analysis of improvisation as a compositional practice in the Commedia dell'Arte and related traditions from the Renaissance to the 21st century. Domenic Pietropaolo takes textual material from the stage traditions of Italy, France, Germany and England, and covers comedic drama, dance, pantomime and dramatic theory, and more. He shines a light onto 'the signs of improvised communication'. The book is comprehensive in its analysis of improvised dramatic art across theatrical genres, and is multimodal in looking at the spoken word, gestural and non-verbal signs. The book focusses on dramatic text as well as: - The semiotics of stage discourse, including semantic, syntactic and pragmatic aspects of sign production - The physical and material conditions of sign-production including biomechanical limitations of masks and costumes. Semiotics and Pragmatics of Stage Improvisation is the product of an entire career spent researching the semiotics of the stage and it is essential reading for semioticians and students of performance arts.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

The Stage Year Book

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105012517558
Genre : Theater
File Size : 47.21 MB
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Category: Theater

Improvisation Theatre Games And Scene Handbook

Author : Samuel Elkind
ISBN : IND:30000109312193
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 63.88 MB
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Contains theatre games, scenes, and improvisations for classrooms or workshops designed to help the actor and director learn, explore, and develop working with various techniques.
Category: Performing Arts

Theater Games For Rehearsal

Author : Viola Spolin
ISBN : 9780810127494
Genre : Drama
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Gives advice on selecting a play, auditioning a cast, and creating a stage space, shows how to conduct acting workshops, and demonstrates rehearsal techniques.
Category: Drama

All You Need To Teach Drama 10 Plus

Author : Julie Chiert
ISBN : 0732992664
Genre : Blackline masters
File Size : 52.97 MB
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Learning through movement, improvisation, mime and speech. This book is part of a comprehensive series for teachers who want information now so they can get on with the job of teaching. It includes background information so you can stay up-to-date on the latest pedagogies. Practical activities and ideas that can be immediately used in the classroom form the basis of the book. The book is divided into three sections: Teaching tips, Lesson plans and Task cards and features: Warm-ups Speec
Category: Blackline masters

Improvisation In Rehearsal

Author : John Abbott
ISBN : STANFORD:36105124159729
Genre : Performing Arts
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After the successful Improvisation Book, John Abbott now explains how theater directors at every level can use improvisation during rehearsals.
Category: Performing Arts

Theater Week

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ISBN : UOM:39015035643124
Genre : Theater
File Size : 84.31 MB
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Category: Theater

The Theater Of Teaching And The Lessons Of Theater

Author : Domnica Radulescu
ISBN : 0739110330
Genre : Drama
File Size : 55.83 MB
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This collection of essays explores the intersections between theater as text, theater as performance, and theater as pedagogy. The theory of performance and the practice of theater as it can be done, taught, and conceptualized in academia bring together these three different paths, in a volume that can be equally useful to theater practitioners, to teachers of dramatic texts, and to students, scholars, and teachers of theater seen both as literature and as practice.
Category: Drama