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Title Twentieth century actor training / edited by Alison Hodge.
Imprint London ; New York : Routledge, 2000.

LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 BLUFFTON BOOK  PN2075 .T94 2000    DUE 11-10-20  
LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 BLUFFTON BOOK  PN2075 .T94 2000    DUE 11-10-20  
Subject Acting -- Study and teaching.
Alt Name Hodge, Alison, 1959-
Description xv, 251 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Stanislavsky's system : pathways for the actor / Sharon Marie Carnicke -- Meyerhold and biomechanics / Robert Leach -- Jacques Copeau : the quest for sincerity / John Rudlin -- Michael Chekhov on the technique of acting : 'was Don Quixote true to life?' / Franc Chamberlain -- Brecht and actor training : on whose behalf do we act? / Peter Thomson -- Joan Littlewood / Clive Barker -- Strasberg, Adler and Meisner : method acting / David Krasner -- Joseph Chaikin and aspects of actor training : possibilities rendered present / Dorinda Hulton -- Peter Brook : transparency and the invisible network / Lorna Marshall and David Williams -- Grotowski's vision of the actor : the search for contact / Lisa Wolford -- Training with Eugenio Barba : acting principles, the pre-expressive and 'personal temperature' / Ian Watson -- Włodzimierz Staniewski : Gardzienice and the naturalised actor / Alison Hodge.
ISBN 0415194512 (hc.)
0415194520 (pbk.)
OCLC # 41465410
Table of Contents
 List of illustrations 
 Notes on contributors 
 Acknowledgements 
 Introduction1
1Stanislavsky's System: pathways for the actor / Sharon Marie Carnicke11
2Meyerhold and biomechanics / Robert Leach37
3Jacques Copeau: the quest for sincerity / John Rudlin55
4Michael Chekhov on the technique of acting 'was Don Quixote true to life?' / Franc Chamberlain79
5Brecht and actor training: on whose behalf do we act? / Peter Thomson98
6Joan Littlewood / Clive Barker113
7Strasberg, Adler and Meisner: Method acting / David Krasner129
8Joseph Chaikin and aspects of actor training: possibilities rendered present / Dorinda Hulton151
9Peter Brook: transparency and the invisible network / Lorna Marshall, David Williams174
10Grotowski's vision of the actor: the search for contact / Lisa Wolford191
11Training with Eugenio Barba: acting principles, the pre-expressive and 'personal temperature' / Ian Watson209
12Wlodzimierz Staniewski: Gardzienice and the naturalised actor / Alison Hodge224
 Index245


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