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Publication Information:. Physical Description:. Introduction: goals and objectives for learning to move expressively -- Physical and expressive exercises for stage and screen movement, mime, pantomime, corporeal mime, improvisation, basic physical and expressive exercises, and utilizing movement to create a visual image. Definitions of stage and screen movement, mime, pantomime, corporeal mime, stage combat, physical theatre and physical improvisation -- Conducting a class and practicing on one's own -- Basic physical and expressive exercises: utilizing movement to create a visual image -- Subjects for improvisation, pantomimes, movement for acting, mime and text.
Interviews and essays on mime and acting, mask, Decroux and contemporary theatre, street theatre, movement training, dance and the female body, puppetry, theatrical dance, clowning, body of theater, and film -- Improvisation -- Pantomimes and scenes for nonverbal acting -- "Physicalizing" the word -- Interviews and essays.source
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Embeds 0 No embeds. She is professor emerita at Dominican University of California in San Rafael, California, where she has taught beginning mime, theatre production, and French language and literature. Author Annette Lust has created a volume that may come to be considered a bible of physical theater.
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The book could take its place in any library of the classics of theater instruction. Information is sorted carefully and folded neatly to fit into a compact tome of under pages—and all of it is packed with gems The author has laid out a valuable course in the physical theater art form.
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She presents a history of acting styles that are the precursors to the modern methodologies of the theater of the body Yet Bringing the Body to the Stage and Screen: Expressive Movement for Performers is far from a purely academic or theoretical book of observations about a way of acting. The author provides the opportunity for a total immersion experience of the craft.
Nothing about Bringing the Body to the Stage and Screen is hasty or superficial. Author Lust offers the essences of the work in every page. She shows herself to be a teacher in the best sense of the word, a scholar who has the ability to turn her research into practical advice, and a writer whose clear, concise descriptions add significantly to the overall value of her book. This new book Bringing the Body to the Stage and Screen constitutes a generous contribution to the teaching, production and appreciation of the performing arts, both in live performance and those captured on tape and film.
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She proposes a training program drawn from theater, mime, pantomime, improvisation, and stage and screen stylized movement--offering a treasure trove of exercises for beginning to intermediate students to introduce them to or expand their repertoire of movement skills.