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Hagen Exam

by: Madison Butler

Hagen Exam Acting 2510

Madison Butler
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I used these notes to study for Dr. Kennedy's exam and made one of the highest grades in the class. I know it seems short, but it covers almost everything he highlights in his lectures.
Acting for the Non-Majors
Dr. Kyle Kennedy
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Hagen, Units, beats, action, Objectives, three, entrances
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Madison Butler on Wednesday April 20, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to Acting 2510 at Middle Tennessee State University taught by Dr. Kyle Kennedy in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 10 views. For similar materials see Acting for the Non-Majors in Theatre at Middle Tennessee State University.

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Date Created: 04/20/16
HAGEN EXAM STUDY SHEET Unit- a noticeable change in direction or mood in a scene Beat- the duration of time in drama in which change in the character’s action occurs Score- an analysis of the action of a play Ways to Discover Character 1. Description in stage directions 2. Description of character by other characters 3. Your character’s description of himself 4. Physical actions of you character as described in both the dialogue and stage directions 5. If none of the above ways yield information, what you infer about your character given what is explicitly stated Stanislavsky- Russian actor Particularize- to assign something qualities that it does not have Sense Memory- recall of physical sensations; localize one area of a condition Objective- the specific end for which your character is striving Action- The means of achieving your objective Obstacle- That which prevents you character from achieving his objective S.O.B. - The emotional release resulting from the previous or present action 3 Ways an actor can make a beat change 1. Change eye focus 2. Change body position 3. Release tension in the body and begin afresh, usually after a pause 4. Change spatial relationship 5. Change physical contact with another actor or object 6. Change emotional life 7. Change physical gesture Substitution- replacing what is being done on stage with images and feeling of things you have experience


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