Appreciation of Theater week 6 notes
Appreciation of Theater week 6 notes 200`
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Date Created: 09/14/16
Lecture Notes Week 5&6 Given Circumstances: when a script says something or you know something because the playwrite implies or directly says that it happens -one must have awareness of the setting -the important thing about acting: not so much the emotion received by the acting partner, but what you do to bring upon that emotion. HAGENS 9 QUESTIONS 1. Who am I? 2. What time is it? 3. Where am I? 4. What surrounds me? 5. What are the given circumstances? 6. What is my relationship? 7. What do I want? 8. What is in my way? 9. What do I do to get what I want? Constantine Stanislavasky: Russian man who was the first credited person to come up with the first “system” or real form of acting. -ran the Moscow Art Theater -Thought acting should be performed like real life -Thought of things in units of “action”- what you do physically in the moment to your scene partner Beat: the length of time that youre playing the same verb. Beat shifts occur when the tactics change and the subject subject does too Ex) football plays Objective: what you want, short term, and in the moment Super-objective: the overall end goal working with multiple people Motivation: whats making someone do something and how does the action further reach the end goal? Obstacle: Barrier, difficulty, or something that is preventing someone from reaching their objective Diderot’s “Paradox of the Actor”: to appear naturally in artificial conditions *training for actors* physical -movement/dance -relaxation -vocal training Mental -concentration/discipline -imagination
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