K-State THTRE 270 - Theories of Acting (8 pages)

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Kansas State University
Course:
Thtre 270 - Intro to Theatre

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Theories of Acting Introduction to Theatre 270 Theories of Acting I II What is Acting Two Opposing Schools of Thought Practice A Classical External School 1 Denis Diderot 1713 1784 2 The Paradox of the Actor 1773 B Internal Psychological School 1 Konstantin Stanislavsky 1863 1938 Theories of Acting Cont III Historical Debate A Aaron John Hill early 18th Cent IV Diderot s Response V The Paradox of the Actor A Art is Different than Nature B Actor must be Neutral Vehicle for Emotional Experience The Paradox of the Actor Cont C Real Feeling would 1 Exhaust the Actor 2 Not be Reproducible from Performance to Performance D Feelings are Inherently Destabilizing E Other Artists create out of Silent Concentration F Intense feelings are youthful artists are mature G Artificial Neo classic Drama demands Artificial Acting VI Konstantin Stanislavsky 1863 1938 A Lifetime Work in the Theater B Society of Literature and Art 1888 C Moscow Art Theatre 1898 1 Anton Chekhov 2 An Actor Prepares 1926 Creating A Character 1929 Building a Role 1931 VII The Stanislavsky Method A B C D E F G Favorable Conditions Ensemble Acting Study of Real Life Past History of Character Principle of the 4th Wall Principle of Relaxation Focus on Character Psychology Stanislavsky Method Cont H I J K L Belief Sense of Truth The Magic If Units and Objectives Superobjective The End Theories of Acting



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