virtual theatre * biomecahncis + method *
ShowCases: 3 Sisters, Mikado, 12th Night, Hamlet, The Importance of Being Earnest, Dangerous Liaisons, Don Juan
prof. Anatoly Antohin Theatre UAF AK 99775 USA
JONSON considers: 'To be alive or not to be alive. That is the question we all ask ourselves.' Hhmm. Needs cutting.
Stanislavsky Technique: Russia (Applause Acting Series) This volume contains: The Stanislavsky System - First Studio exercises 1912-1916; Vakhtangov as Rebel and Theoretician - Exercises 1919-1921; Michael Chekhov - Exercises 1919-1952; Stanislavsky's Fourth Period - Theory of Physical Actions 1934-1938.
Film and Television Acting : From stage to screen Film and Television Acting offers solid techniques for creating a natural, believable performance for film and television. The reader will discover techniques for listening and reacting, blocking and business, character, focus, the closeup, and comedy as they pertain to acting in front of a camera. The book analyzes the differences between theatre, film, and television acting, providing the theatre trained actor with specific approaches for making the transition to on-camera work.
This second edition is thoroughly revised and updated. The book contains numerous scenes and exercises, including sample scenes from Cheers and Seinfeld, which provide the reader with ways to practice the specific techniques outlined by the author. Included are interviews with well-know actors and directors: Don Murray, Norman Jewison, and Emmy award winner, Glenn Jordan, to name a few. These interviews illustrate how the professionals apply their training and technique to filmed performances. There is also a chapter-length interview with John Lithgow, in which the actor provides a first-hand account of the differences of acting for the theatre and for the camera.
Helps actors transfer skills from the theatre to the camera. Updated with new scenes from Cheers and Seinfeld. Includes interviews with Don Murray, Norman Jewison, Glenn Jordan and other actors who've made the transition from stage to screen.
Acting from the Ultimate Consciousness by Eric Morris