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eBook New School Acting: Taking It to the Next Level epub

by Jeremy Whelan

eBook New School Acting: Taking It to the Next Level epub
  • ISBN: 0965090809
  • Author: Jeremy Whelan
  • Genre: Photography
  • Subcategory: Performing Arts
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Samuel French Trade; 1st edition (April 1, 1996)
  • Pages: 213 pages
  • ePUB size: 1329 kb
  • FB2 size 1101 kb
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Jeremy Whelan has been a professional actor for over thirty years & a teacher of acting for fourteen years. He is currently teaching at The Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia. Jeremy conducts seminars & workshops all over the country when he is not at home in Los Angeles. He is the author of two other books on acting: INSTANT ACTING (Betterway Books, 1994) & THE ABC'S OF ACTING (Grey Heron Books, 1990).

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Schools should offer more support and time for training, but teachers also need to take responsibility for their own . However, this is not the case for all of us and perhaps where we may let ourselves down. In Dweck's book, this would be called a 'fixed mindset'

Schools should offer more support and time for training, but teachers also need to take responsibility for their own growth, writes Ross Morrison McGill. In Dweck's book, this would be called a 'fixed mindset'. I ask you, is this the curse of the profession? Are we so open for self-reflection and critique from others that some of us have shut down?

And it’s exciting stuff. Although this book will certainly look at uses of the Internet and other IT applications, it is not primarily concerned with the virtual learning environment, preferring instead to concentrate on situations where the teachers and learners are usually in the same place, at the same time.

I am witness to a crime. A crime of creativity in general and actors in particular. While some may quibble over my dates and in some cases terminology, I have given an accurate enough description that the criminal can be caught. It is like a witness to any crime, while they may not be able to tell the police exactly how the suspect looked, they got close enough for them to catch the guy. The crime is not keeping up; sometimes I refer to acting as the lazy art. The message is simple, actors, you are killing your creativity or letting others do it to you. Old school is a former ally turned foe, and it is sucking the life out of acting. Don't be a victim. This book is my report of a crime; as a witness, I feel it does the job. Actors must police their own Art and careers, recognize the criminal, and eliminate the crime. They must end director dependence and take more creative responsibility. New school actors realize that the restructuring of the actor-director relationship is long overdue. They accept that creative responsibility and enjoy the rewards. I wrote this book for them and for those who will find this new approach to acting fascinating. Try these techniques; you will never go back to old school, unless your being well paid to fake it.
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