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Inner Monologue In Acting

Author : R. Roznowski
ISBN : 9781137354297
Genre : Performing Arts
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What should an actor be thinking onstage? This overlooked, important question is the crux of this new book that combines psychological theory, numerous practical exercises, and a thorough and wide-reaching examination of inner monologue in various forms including film, musical theatre, and comedy.
Category: Performing Arts

Inner Monologue In Acting

Author : R. Roznowski
ISBN : 9781137354297
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 28.95 MB
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What should an actor be thinking onstage? This overlooked, important question is the crux of this new book that combines psychological theory, numerous practical exercises, and a thorough and wide-reaching examination of inner monologue in various forms including film, musical theatre, and comedy.
Category: Performing Arts

The Actor S Menu

Author : Bill Howey
ISBN : 9780975310229
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 79.38 MB
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This handbook takes an actor, step by step, through the preparation of a character, similar to that of a master chef preparing a feast. Each ingredient is selected to attain the greatest effect. Every actor is a unique individual, The Actor's Menu helps to bring out the emotions, experiences and beliefs that make up the uniqueness of each actor and have them use these to prepare and present a powerful character.
Category: Performing Arts

Irreverent Acting

Author : Eric Morris
ISBN : UOM:39015011692046
Genre : Performing Arts
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Suggests acting exercises, discusses role preparation, and examines a new approach to making use of the challenges and restrictions of a role
Category: Performing Arts

Acting Is Believing

Author : Charles McGaw
ISBN : STANFORD:36105026624630
Genre : Performing Arts
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ACTING IS BELIEVING emphasizes that "an actor must believe to make his audience believe." ACTING IS BELIEVING is a classic text in the field, having been used by many generations of actors and now updated to speak to a new generation of acting students. It has a strong theoretical grounding, while providing numerous exercises to help the acting student apply the key concepts of actor training. It maintains the three-part structure of Actor; the Actor and The Play; and The Actor and the Production.
Category: Performing Arts

Inner Monologue In Film How Paul Czinner Adapts Arthur Schnitzler S Narrative Mode In Fr Ulein Else 1929

Author : Carolin Will
ISBN : 9783346250490
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Seminar paper from the year 2020 in the subject Literature - Comparative Literature, grade: 15, Leuven Catholic University, language: English, abstract: This paper examines Paul Czinner’s “Fräulein Else” from 1929, both as an adaption of Arthur Schnitzler’s novella of the same name and as an individual project. The aim is to analyse how visual choices highlight the narrative and how elements of the original story are introduced into the new media. It will therefore examine whether and how specifically the change of media is responsible for the different interpretations. The focus will be on how the medium influences the depictions of the narrative instances through visuality. This is significant for the present work as narrative instances expresses themselves, according to Kuhn, primarily on a visual and a linguistic level. First, the difference between narrative instances in film and literature will be examined in a theoretical part. This will be based on Markus Kuhn's narrative model. Interesting approaches can be drawn from the work of Sandra Poppe’s research on film adaptations and visuality as a connecting element between adapted work and adaption. The narrative instances of novella and film will then be examined for differences and similarities. The aim is to get an overview of whether and how the special type of narrative situation in Schnitzler's work was visually incorporated into the film. Films are an interface between writing and image in many regards. Starting from the screenplay, one can observe many functions of written text in movies. Therefore, transmediality is inherent to film. A special form of this correlation is adaption. Film adaptions of literary work struggled to be recognized as their own art form for the longest time. The status as secondary media has been abolished by now. Under this newer perspective, it is fruitful to study criticized movies through contemporary lenses.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Theatre Machine 3

Author : Albert Viola
ISBN : 156608203X
Genre :
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The third book in the "Theatre Machine" series clarifies the most influential acting system in the world through 22 sequential lessons. Based on the Stanislavski system - also known as Method acting - along with techniques enhanced by his protégé, Eugene Vakhtangov, this text reinforces and builds on concepts from the first two books with a more in-depth approach to scene study. Organized under the following sections: Movement and Motivation, Getting into Character, Special Tools and Techniques, and Scene Study: Breaking It Down, the book is filled with rare and never before published techniques and exercises. These teaching tools address action/tasks, intentions, objects, goals, beats, inner monologue/stream of consciousness, observation, emotional and sense memory, animals, muscular tension, dream rehearsals, monologues, and classic acting scenes. Practice excerpts include classic scenes from the great playwrights, including Chekhov, O. Henry, Ibsen, O'Neill, Wilde, Glaspell, Masters, Baum, and others as well as contemporary original scenes. Depending on the class, this outstanding teaching resource could serve as the basis for a term's learning or even a whole year's worth, if done in depth.
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I M Still Here

Author : Maarten Van Dijk
ISBN : STANFORD:36105020483447
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This volume of the Brecht Yearbook makes available the text of a newly discovered concluding scene for the play Furcht und Elend des Dritten Reiches (Fear and Misery of the Third Reich). Other contributions are documentary essays about Brecht’s life, work, and colleagues, including interviews with Martin Pohl and Barbara Brecht-Schall; essays on teaching and performing Brecht’s work, including accounts of productions in South Africa and Watts (Los Angeles); and a selection of theoretical contributions on reception and intertextuality. Also included are a discussion forum and book reviews. Distributed for the International Brecht Society.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Art Of Acting

Author : Carlton Colyer
ISBN : UVA:X002217861
Genre : Performing Arts
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Leads the actor in building a technique, and then fully explains how to put that technique to work from basic exercises to multi-dimensional performances.
Category: Performing Arts

Film Acting

Author : Mary Ellen O'Brien
ISBN : UOM:39015008707781
Genre : Performing Arts
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Examines the history of motion-picture acting, analyzes the performances of contemporary film actors, and explains methods for developing movie acting skills
Category: Performing Arts

Coming To Terms With Acting

Author : Doug Moston
ISBN : UOM:39015029096784
Genre : Performing Arts
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This book defines the terminology used to teach and direct actors. It is a discussion of acting terms as they are used in classes, workshops and productions by teachers, coaches and directors. It will help eliminate the confusion so often encountered by new actors and professionals, both in class and production. While there may not be an all-encompassing definition for each term, you will get an overview of how the term is used and applied in today's theatre.
Category: Performing Arts

The Power Of The Actor

Author : Ivana Chubbuck
ISBN : 9781440649967
Genre : Performing Arts
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In The Power of the Actor, a Los Angeles Times bestseller, premier acting teacher and coach Ivana Chubbuck reveals her cutting-edge technique, which has launched some of the most successful acting careers in Hollywood. The first book from the instructor who has taught Charlize Theron, Brad Pitt, Elisabeth Shue, Djimon Hounsou, and Halle Berry, The Power of the Actor guides you to dynamic and effective results. For many of today’s major talents, the Chubbuck Technique is the leading edge of acting for the twenty-first century. Ivana Chubbuck has developed a curriculum that takes the theories of the acting masters, such as Stanislavski, Meisner, and Hagen, to the next step by utilizing inner pain and emotions, not as an end in itself, but rather as a way to drive and win a goal. In addition to the powerful twelve-step process, the book takes well-known scripts, both classic and contemporary, and demonstrates how to precisely apply Chubbuck’s script-analysis process. The Power of the Actor is filled with fascinating and inspiring behind-the-scenes accounts of how noted actors have mastered their craft and have accomplished success in such a difficult and competitive field.
Category: Performing Arts

Training An Actor

Author : Sonia Moore
ISBN : UCSC:32106001678546
Genre : Performing Arts
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A series of dialogues between the author and her students exemplify Stanislavski's systematic approach of acting
Category: Performing Arts

Stanislavski And The Actor

Author : Jean Benedetti
ISBN : 9781136758034
Genre : Performing Arts
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First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Performing Arts

Workshop

Author : Ana Valdes-Lim
ISBN : UOM:39015037590695
Genre : Acting
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Category: Acting

Acting For Film

Author : Cathy Haase
ISBN : 9781581159516
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 55.20 MB
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Aspiring film and television actors will discover exercises for relaxing the face to achieve maximum expressiveness; maintaining proper eye focus in front of the camera and conveying the "beats" of a scene, even in the shortest takes. They'll also learn tested techniques for adapting to the styles of different directors; modulating voice and breath for maximum effect; preparing for the first day on the set; enduring multiple takes and on-the-set waiting; and much, much more. For any performer who intends to make a living in front of the camera, Acting for Film is the most authoritative resource!
Category: Performing Arts

The Complete Stanislavsky Toolkit

Author : Bella Merlin
ISBN : UOM:39015069337049
Genre : Method (Acting)
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A practical, hands-on guide to Stanislavsky's famous 'system' and to his later rehearsal processes - for actors, directors, teachers and students. From the author of Beyond Stanislavsky.The Complete Stanislavsky Toolkit collects together for the first time the terms and ideas developed by Stanislavsky throughout his career.It is organised into three sections: Actor-Training, Rehearsal Processes and Performance Practices. Key terms are explained and defined as they naturally occur in this process. They are illustrated with examples from both his own work and that of other practitioners.Each stage of the process is explored with sequences of practical exercises designed to help today's actors and students become thoroughly familiar with the tools in Stanislavsky's toolkit.
Category: Method (Acting)

The Actor At Work

Author : Robert L. Benedetti
ISBN : UCSC:32106009511129
Genre : Acting
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Category: Acting