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THA 138: Movement for the Actor
This page includes resources for THA 138: Movement for the Actor taught by Patrick Moltane.
Beyond Stanislavski : Oyston directs Chekhov
Call Number: PN2062 .B49
Publication Date: 2008
Using an abridged version of Chekhov's THE CHERRY ORCHARD, Oyston reveals how directors and actors can apply the techniques of Stanislavski and develop them to suit contemporary theatre schedules and restrictions.
Books in Library
Movement for Actors by Experts in a wide array of disciplines provide remarkable insight into the Alexander technique, the use of psychological gesture, period movement, the work of Rudolph Laban, postmodern choreography, and Suzuki training, to name but a few. Those who want to pursue serious training will be able to consult the appendix for listings of the best teachers and schools in the country. This inspiring collection is a must read for all actors, directors, and teachers of theater looking for stimulation and new approaches.
Call Number: PN2071.M6 M59 2002
Movement Training for Actors by The RADA Guide to Movement for Actors illustrates a broad spectrum of approaches and encourages the development of multiple skills. This must-have resource for actors consists of a practical masterclass on movement from the Head of Movement at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, complete with video examples on a DVD. The book provides a complete curriculum on movement training- from 'pure movement', to games, Grotowski, Alexander, ballet, yoga and Feldenkreis. The author takes the reader through the practical steps, enabling the actor to master each technique and apply it to performance and character. The DVD contains video examples performed by acting students and a series of three mini masterclasses. A book to use as an aide memoir for technique, or as a textbook to base a movement course around. This book has strong appeal to movement teachers and students in a variety of theater departments. James Bundy, Dean, Yale School of Drama, US
Call Number: PN2071.M6 S66 2012
Creating Physical Theatre Workshops
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