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Sanity in acting : the teachings of Galina Boulgakova, a Stanislavski-based approach to acting for the screen / by Margaret Norwood & Galina Boulgakova.

By: Norwood, MargaretContributor(s): Boulgakova, GalinaMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: [Place of publication not identified] : [CreateSpace], [2014] Description: iii, 264 pages : illustrations ; 22 cmISBN: 9781497415966 (paperback)Subject(s): Acting | Motion picture acting -- Study and teaching | Method acting
Contents:
Part 1. Awareness -- Part 2. Imagination -- Part 3. Entities -- Part 4. Monologue & status -- Part 5. Dialogue.
Summary: "Sanity in Acting brings a unique approach to the Stanislavski System. It explores the techniques an actor needs to create personal connection to character and then gives tools to help the actor disconnect from the character. It examines the elements of the human psyche and how an actor can apply this knowledge and these techniques during all stages of the storytelling process. This book is designed to be a basic training guide for beginning actors and directors while also being enlightening and inspiring to advanced practitioners"--Back cover.
Holdings
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Book Book Biblioteket Valhallavägen
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Part 1. Awareness -- Part 2. Imagination -- Part 3. Entities -- Part 4. Monologue & status -- Part 5. Dialogue.

"Sanity in Acting brings a unique approach to the Stanislavski System. It explores the techniques an actor needs to create personal connection to character and then gives tools to help the actor disconnect from the character. It examines the elements of the human psyche and how an actor can apply this knowledge and these techniques during all stages of the storytelling process. This book is designed to be a basic training guide for beginning actors and directors while also being enlightening and inspiring to advanced practitioners"--Back cover.

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