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|Format: ||Paperback, 336 pages, 3rd edition Edition|
|Published In: ||Australia, 01 August 2001|
Table of Contents
Unit 1. Creating a charachter: Introduction; 1. Expressive body language; 2. Expressive voice; 3. Stanislavski's system; 4. Grotowski's system. Unit 2. The contexts of performance: Introduction; 1. Major theatrical traditions and performance styles; 2. Key elements of drama; 3. Stagecraft; 4. Performance texts. Unit 3. Improvisation and playbuilding to performance: Introduction; 1. The process of improvisation; 2. Ensemble playbuilding; 3. Solo performance; Unit 4. World theatre 1900-2000: Introduction; 1. The theatre of reality: Stanislavski's legacy and selective and magical realism; 2. The theatre of dreams: Surrealism, Artaud's theatre of cruelty and absurd theatre; 3. The theatre of reform: Expressionism, Brecht and Boal; 4. Theatre of transformation: Grotowski and Brook; 5. Theatre of Africa and Asia: Old traditions, new forms. Unit 5. Australian theatre: Introduction; 1. The development of Australian theatre; 2. Contemporary Australian theatre; 3. Working with key Australian texts.
Pearson Education Australia|
10-14 years |