Respect for acting (harback)
Auteurs : HAGEN Uta, FRANKEL HaskelLangue : Anglais
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"Uta Hagen"s Respect for Acting is not only pitched on a high artistic level but it is full of homely, practical information by a superb craftswoman. crafts-woman. An illuminating discussion of the standards and techniques of enlightened stage acting."
"Hagen adds to the large corpus of titles on acting with vivid dicta drawn from experience, skill, and a sense of personal and professional worth. Her principal asset in this treatment is her truly significant imagination. Her 'object exercises' display a wealth of detail with which to stimulate the student preparing a scene for presentation."
"Respect for Acting is a simple, lucid and sympathetic statement of actors" problems in the theatre and basic tenets for their training wrought from the personal experience of a fine actress and teacher of acting."
"Uta Hagen"s Respect for Acting...is a relatively small book. But within it Miss Hagen tells the young actor about as much as can be conveyed in print of his craft."
-Los Angeles Times
"Uta Hagen is our greatest living actor, she is, moreover, interested and mystified by the presence of talent and its workings, her third gift is a passion to communicate the mysteries of the craft to which she has given her life. There are almost no American actors uninfluenced by her."
"This is a textbook for aspiring actors, but working thespians can profit much by it. Anyone with just a casual interest in the theater should also enjoy its behind-the-scenes flavor. Respect for Acting is certainly a special book, perhaps for a limited readership, but of its "How-To" kind I"d give it four curtain calls, and two hollers of "Author, Author
-King Features Syndicate
4. Emotional Memory.
5. Sense Memory.
6. The Five Senses.
8. Walking and Talking.
PART TWO: The Object Exercises.
11. The Basic Object Exercise.
12. Three Entrances.
14. The Forth Wall.
16. Talking to Yourself.
18. Conditioning Forces.
20. Character Action.
PART THREE: The Play and the Role.
21. First Contact with The Play.
22. The Character.
25. The Objective.
26. The Obstacle.
27. The Action.
28. The Rehearsal.
29. Practical Problems.