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The end of acting: a radical view

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Applause Theatre Books,
Pub. Date:
c1992.
Language:
English
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9781557831002
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table_of_contents Introduction : breaking our ideological shackles -- The psychosexual basis of acting -- Are actors neurotic? -- Acting and speech -- Acting and artistic creation -- The actor's subjectivity : the creative state -- The actor's subjectivity : finding the character -- The mind-body problem -- Emotion as process -- Approaches to acting before the modern era : how we got where we are -- Stanislavski's basic theories -- Strasberg and "affective memory" -- Other twentieth-century acting theories -- Realism and style : a semiotic view -- A humanistic actor training, centered on play production.
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