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2007 updates : ... ?
Lion King Tickets
Odd Couple Tickets
Use The Importance of Being Earnest (Oscar Wilde Online) for class monologues and scenes!
THR121 Fundamentals of Acting
THR221 Intermediate Acting: Biomechanics
THR321 Advanced: Method
GeoAlaska: Theatre & Film
Forums: Realism & Method, Comedy & Biomechnics
We do not offer Advanced Acting II and Advanced Directing (replaced with the senior thesis); contact your advisor.
: days 'til the year 2007! Work!
Method for Directors?
ShowCases: 3 Sisters, Mikado, 12th Night, Hamlet, The Importance of Being Earnest, Dangerous Liaisons, Don Juan
prof. Anatoly Antohin Theatre UAF AK 99775 USA
Acting in Person and in StyleSubscribe to my Open Class @ 3sisters
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How to Read a FilmSubscribe to Open Class @ 200x Aesthetics
SummaryFall 2003: FIVE APPROACHES TO ACTING (A TEXTBOOK) by David Kaplan, foreword by Stephen Holden, film critic, The New York Times -- recommended by Robert Brustein, American Repertory Theater; Judith Malina, The Living Theatre; Sir Nigel Hawthorne; and acting teachers on three continents! (published by West Broadway Press)
This course is designed for the beginning acting student, especially the theatre major acting student. The student will be introduced to the foundations of acting through the use of exercises, presentations, monologue(s), scenework, play attendance and written assignments and tests.
* one act fest
Notes* Acting is the work of imagination.
The Possessed 2003
Method: Yoga & Freud
Method Acting * Stanislavsky on Stanislavsky Terminology *
Acting in Film Analysis class *
Film Acting Pages: actors
2004: I do not know when I will have time to write about "acting in movies" -- here is a short list of actors I refer to in Film Analysis class.
Acting is a part of "mise-en-scene" in many textbooks (need explaination).
Maybe I will put my comments to the titles and actors later. Anatoly
[ video in acting 2 and 3]Film & Biomechanics
[ new page ]
ACTIONS (objectives), ADJUSTMENTS (strategies), ACTIVITIES (physical behavior and movement), BEATS, POSTS, VALVES and HITS etc.
developing script analysis techniques
developing acting range
tapping into exsisting networks both in the independent film scene and the mainstream film industry
developing an appreciation of rudimentary script writing skills
learning about stock characters presented in film and television scripts
acquiring technical skills that allow the actor to adjust the performance to the type of shot (extreme close up, close up, medium, wide etc...)
allowing emotions, thoughts and actions to flow out in front of the camera
finding one’s vulnerability.
allowing the impulses to sink deep enough to find the emotional truth in the scene.
investing as much of oneself as possible.
affecting and being influenced by others.
adjusting on a moment by moment basis to others in the scene.
listening with ears, eyes, body, mind and heart through the filter of one’s objective.
using the technical tools of the medium to help the film maker tell a story (i.e. are the lights, camera, sound and crew helping or hindering the actor’s performance?)
play the role at a size that fits the medium.
Simposia, Discussion, Feedback[ on every page? ]Dionysos: But where are the movies?-- What all of you know about youtube?
Apollo: Yes, films!
Stanislavsky: You said "video", Anatoly -- where is it?
3 : ...
Homeworksee move page
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Scott Acting Conservatory at the Actors Theatre Workshop[ monologue assignment samples ] - hey, this is Rachel Blackwell and this is the monologue that I am going to do next, to contrast with my other one: Boiling People in My Coffee by Jonathan Yukich Dorian Sometimes I think there are boiling people in my coffee. I know it's odd, but, I tell you, I wonder. Small persons, tiny beings… in my coffee. Invisible to the eye, they are. Invisible to all the major senses. Very small, these people. Very, very small. Small brains, small hearts, small toes. Like Swift's Liliputians, except smaller. Itty-bitty. Total size equals a tenth of an atom. A mere tenth, Donald. A single Tic-Tac would crush millions. Shrimp would consume entire villages in massive gulps. Ants would use them as bowling balls. We're talking small, Donald. These are not big people. They are micro-people. Yes, micro-people… in my coffee. Boiling. (speaking to her coffee) Hello, micro-people! I know you're there! Don't speak. Conserve your energy. I realize you must be in a great deal of pain at the moment. After all, you are boiling. I must apologize. You're so tiny that I didn't notice your micro-community in my coffee pot. Therefore, naturally, I filled it with water and let it heat. You're so weak that I didn't hear your tiny screams, so small that I couldn't see your S.O.S. If I had, you may rest assured, I would have stopped. Certainly, I would have stopped. Donald could do without his coffee for a day while you relocated, but I had no idea, you see. None at all. Until now. Oh, the agony you must be going through. I'll drink no more. I'm sorry for the friends and family I've already consumed, but I'll drink no more. No more! A ban on coffee in this household! I hereby disclaim all coffee in this household!Actor's Studio : Casey
Dog Day Afternoon
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