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|—Constantin Stanislavsky, An Actor Prepares “The most important thing in acting |
is honesty: if you can fake that, you've got it made.” —George Burns “All men
practice the actor's art.” —Petron “Somebody told me I should put a pebble in my
|Politics, Literature, Science and Art ... “That young man never had his equal as an |
actor, and he will never have a rival. ... e is born an actor and oes more at his first
appearance than ever an body did wiih twenty years' practice ; and, good God,
what will he be in time? ... to its idea In t is e sto alone anibng all the actors of his
time, and by this he realized the auticipations both of Pope and Mrs. Porter.
|It provides a method which can attract the mind and draw out the material the |
artist chooses. He now possesses magical power. He does ... It teaches the actor
what he and all men lack and how to fight against it. One of the actor's toughest
|Art and Practice of Cinematography Andrew Laszlo, Andrew Quicke. All "poor |
man's process" shots should be generously interspersed with actual location
shots, or whatever shots will round out and ... So did the actors, but that wasn't all.
|When the art of monomane is practiced, the portrayal of such roles will produce |
the effect of yugen. However, the roles of warriors, brave men, and demons and
gods are inherently strong, and cannot be successfully performed in the \ugen ...
Thus, yugen is an external quality determined by the nature of the role, not
something more fundamental in the actors art that can extend to all his
|Total Actors for Total Theater Gao Xingjian's notion of total theater has two |
essential aspects. ... The theater will, in Gao's view, only be able to achieve
totality, that is, to express and present all possible forms of performance, if actors
are well rounded. ... different from the conventional Stanislavskian method
practiced at the Beijing People's Art Theatre and generally throughout China (
|He is the index of a man, and the title-page of a scholar, or a puritan in morality, |
— much in profession, nothing in practice." — pp. 95, 97. " An Excellent Actor. "
Whatever is commendable in the grave orator, is most exquisitely perfect in him ...
|With purity and with holiness I will pass my life and practice my Art. I will not cut |
persons laboring under the stone, but will leave this to ... While I continue to keep
this Oath inviolate, may it be granted to me to enjoy life and the practice of the art,
respected by all men, in all times. ... and dress, and personal appearance of an
actor, but are not actors, so also physicians are many in title but very few in reality
|An actor is brought into easy communication with men of all ranks, and his facility |
of imitation must aid him in copying those ... the practice would be about given up
by rational people but for a perversion of language which universally prevails.