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sound and movement excercise as developed by the open theatre

Peter Feldman

sound and movement excercise as developed by the open theatre

by Peter Feldman

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Published by Dartington College of Arts, Department of Theatre in Totnes .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementPeter Feldman.
SeriesTheatre papers. 1st series -- no.1, Theatre papers
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19502131M

book’s main foci, Profeta’s experience in the field of dramaturgy is wide and is nourished from various works as a dramaturg and a lecturer, including being a founding member and movement director of Elevator Repair Service. in the explorations and references to theatre practitioners – actors, playwrights, stage designers, directors – from the past and the present, whose thoughts and achievements this book so frequently draws on. It is the author’s hope that the book may open a few doors, perhaps suggest ways to think about its subject, and stir the reader.

Vocal Warm Ups can include experiments where you stress the consonants on words or try rising/ lowering your voice. You Know New York Saying the following can help when warming up. Partner Sound and Movement. Do all of the above exercises with a partner. Random happy, angry, sad - with movement, sound, sound and movement. Specific 10 counts. Standing about 2 feet apart. One person at a time. Then together, just naturally give and take. Emotionally Connected Verbal Communication. Monologue.

Physical Theatre seems at its best when movement and text are integrated. If you are using dialogue you’ll need to decide whether you want it to match the style of the piece. Using Poetic Text. A carefully choreographed sensual movement sequence might be accompanied by poetic . 'Moment work' is a technique developed over time by members of Tectonic Theater Project to explore theatrical form in a space. The following is an excerpt from the Documentary "Devising the American Family", a collaboration between Bucknell University & Western Washington University and produced by the East/West Project and The Brawley Fund.


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There’s the subtext in the mixed message of a tense body combined with words of love. Because theatre is a visual medium and today’s students are visual learners, it is a great idea to incorporate nonverbal communication exercises into your program.

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