Acting: Onstage and Off, 6th Edition
- Robert Barton University of Oregon
- ISBN-10: 0495898864 | ISBN-13: 9780495898863
- 416 Pages
- Previous Editions: 2009, 2006, 2003
- © 2012 | Published
- Newer Edition Available
ACTING: ONSTAGE AND OFF demonstrates how offstage performance can be effectively adapted for the theatre, as well as how onstage training can be applied toward leading a full life outside the theatre. Barton's humorous and conversational writing style helps students learn all phases of actor training, including scene study, auditioning, observation, and mind, voice and body relaxation techniques. The use of examples from daily life instead of dramatic literature facilitates student understanding and leads to meaningful class discussion based on everyday experiences.
1. Acting Acknowledged.
2. Relaxed Readiness.
3. Individual Inventory.
4. Stanislavski's System.
5. Stanislavski Stretched.
7. Scene Study.
8. Performance Process.
9. Acting Anticipated.
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