Sanford Meisner Approach Workbook II: Emotion Freedom

Overview

In this extraordinary new book, Silverberg demystifies the emotional demands of acting and leads the actor through a process aimed at tapping into and deepening the emotional instrument. Not only will actors gain insight into the realm of the emotions, they will see very clearly the traps most actors fall into when it comes to "being emotional" on stage. A healthier and more effective way of working will be taught - a way of working which brings the actor's powerful and unique ...
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Overview

In this extraordinary new book, Silverberg demystifies the emotional demands of acting and leads the actor through a process aimed at tapping into and deepening the emotional instrument. Not only will actors gain insight into the realm of the emotions, they will see very clearly the traps most actors fall into when it comes to "being emotional" on stage. A healthier and more effective way of working will be taught - a way of working which brings the actor's powerful and unique creativity to every part.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781575250748
  • Publisher: Smith & Kraus, Inc.
  • Publication date: 2/28/1996
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 111
  • Sales rank: 783,244
  • Product dimensions: 5.42 (w) x 8.49 (h) x 0.32 (d)

Meet the Author

Larry Silverberg is founder and Artistic Director of the Belltown Theatre Center in Seattle, WA. He is also on staff at the University of Washington where he teaches Master Classes in the Meisner Work, while continuing his own acting career. Larry is a past winner of the Warner Bros. Filmmaker of the Year Award for his film, Flight in Masquerade, and has also been busy directing for the stage. Larry is a graduate of the Neighborhood Playhouse School of Theater in New York City where he studied with master acting teacher, Sanford Meisner.
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Table of Contents

Section One: Preliminary Work
Chapter One: Setting the Stage
Chapter Two: About Emotional Preparation
Chapter Three: Prelude to Emotional Preparation
Chapter Four: Getting Ready
Section Two: Emotional Preparation; The Exercises
Session One: Coming Home to be Alone
Session Two: Coming Home to Do
Session Three: Roommates
Session Four: Bringing Back the Activity
Session Five: Both Partners Prepare
Session Six: It's About the Partner
Session Seven: The Highest Stakes
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