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The Resource Acting for love & money : connecting the craft to the industry, Paul G. Gleason & Gavin Levy

Acting for love & money : connecting the craft to the industry, Paul G. Gleason & Gavin Levy

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Acting for love & money : connecting the craft to the industry
Title
Acting for love & money
Title remainder
connecting the craft to the industry
Statement of responsibility
Paul G. Gleason & Gavin Levy
Title variation
Acting for love and money
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Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Product Description: This collection of seventy-five acting exercises is designed to prepare actors and acting students for a professional career. The exercises were created during workshop sessions conducted by the authors with participants of the Paul G. Gleason Theatre in Hollywood. Over three hundred hours of recorded sessions were edited to pick the best exercises for developing acting skills. The book is divided into fifteen sections: Acting Is Not a Business, but It Can Be Business-Like; The Audience; Technology and Information for the Actor Fix Yourself, Then Use Yourself; Sound and Vocal Levels; The Storyteller; A Magnetic Personality; Auditioning; Imagination; The Physical Actor; A State of Being; Eureka; Creating a World; Mirror Neurons; and Intimacy and Confrontation. Also includes insights from many professionals in the acting industry. This book is for dedicated actors looking to be in major productions, on major television shows, or in major movies
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DLC
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Gleason, Paul G
Dewey number
792.02/8023
Illustrations
portraits
Index
no index present
LC call number
PN2055
LC item number
.G54 2010
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Levy, Gavin
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  • Acting
  • Acting
Label
Acting for love & money : connecting the craft to the industry, Paul G. Gleason & Gavin Levy
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Introduction -- Chapter 1: Acting Is Not A Business, But It Can Be Business-Like -- 1: Way of being -- 2: Acting all the way -- 3: Home -- 4: Ask a question -- 5: In search of excellence -- Chapter 2: Audience -- 6: Gathering 2 -- 7: I am exercise -- 8: Template -- 9: New beginning -- 10: Day's journey -- Chapter 3: Technology And Information For The Actor -- 11: Technology and the actor -- 12: Sound off -- 13: Acting is everywhere -- Chapter 4: Fix Yourself, Then Use Yourself -- 14: Energy in, energy out -- 15: Scanning the body -- 16: Six awareness -- 17: Child's play -- 18: Sing us a song -- 19: Body bio -- Chapter 5: Sound And Vocal Levels -- 20: Directing the voice -- 21: Whisper exercise -- 22: Falling inflection -- 23: In a word -- 24: Walk and talk -- 25: Boomlay boomlay boomlay boom -- Chapter 6: Storyteller -- 26: Over the top -- 27: Impulse -- 28: Punctuation out -- 29: Alternating between thoughts, or the intent exercise -- 30: Teach yourself -- 31: Release of reaction -- Chapter 7: Magnetic Personality -- 32: Gathering -- 33: Plumb line -- 34: Unmask yourself -- 35: Throw it away -- 36: Using senses to make sense -- Chapter 8: Auditioning -- 37: To be an actor, or not to be -- 38: Falling in line -- 39: Animation exercise -- 40: Conservation with the actor (part 1) -- 41: Dancing like a star -- 42: Conservation with the actor (part 2) -- Chapter 9: Imagination -- 43: Descriptive imagination -- 44: Character discoveries -- 45: Up and down -- 46: Cross the line -- Chapter 10: Physical Actor -- 47: Breathe in and out -- 48: Pre-pre-exercise -- 49: Air bubble -- 50: Elbow to the knee -- 51: Alexander exercise -- Chapter 11: State Of Being -- 52: Being present -- 53: Who you are and who you are not -- 54: Inhibit -- 55: Opposites -- 56: Big muscle, little muscle -- Chapter 12: Eureka! -- 57: Inside out -- 58: Room scan -- 59: Eureka! moment -- 60: Memory exercise -- Chapter 13: Creating A World -- 61: Begin again -- 62: Begin again part 2 -- 63: Sounds -- 64: Maybe exercise -- 65: Inner dialogue -- Chapter 14: Mirror Neurons -- Back to back -- 67: Connections -- 68: Mirror endowment -- 69: Mirroring -- Chapter 15: Intimacy And Confrontation -- 70: Limitless possibilities -- 71: Conversation with the actor (part 3) -- 72: Conservation with the actor (part 4) -- 73: Spontaneous moves -- 74: Clean slate -- 75: Intimacy and confrontation in acting -- In closing -- About the authors
Control code
ocn471800334
Dimensions
23 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
226 p.
Isbn
9781566081672
Lccn
2009050728
Other physical details
ports.
System control number
(OCoLC)471800334
Label
Acting for love & money : connecting the craft to the industry, Paul G. Gleason & Gavin Levy
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Introduction -- Chapter 1: Acting Is Not A Business, But It Can Be Business-Like -- 1: Way of being -- 2: Acting all the way -- 3: Home -- 4: Ask a question -- 5: In search of excellence -- Chapter 2: Audience -- 6: Gathering 2 -- 7: I am exercise -- 8: Template -- 9: New beginning -- 10: Day's journey -- Chapter 3: Technology And Information For The Actor -- 11: Technology and the actor -- 12: Sound off -- 13: Acting is everywhere -- Chapter 4: Fix Yourself, Then Use Yourself -- 14: Energy in, energy out -- 15: Scanning the body -- 16: Six awareness -- 17: Child's play -- 18: Sing us a song -- 19: Body bio -- Chapter 5: Sound And Vocal Levels -- 20: Directing the voice -- 21: Whisper exercise -- 22: Falling inflection -- 23: In a word -- 24: Walk and talk -- 25: Boomlay boomlay boomlay boom -- Chapter 6: Storyteller -- 26: Over the top -- 27: Impulse -- 28: Punctuation out -- 29: Alternating between thoughts, or the intent exercise -- 30: Teach yourself -- 31: Release of reaction -- Chapter 7: Magnetic Personality -- 32: Gathering -- 33: Plumb line -- 34: Unmask yourself -- 35: Throw it away -- 36: Using senses to make sense -- Chapter 8: Auditioning -- 37: To be an actor, or not to be -- 38: Falling in line -- 39: Animation exercise -- 40: Conservation with the actor (part 1) -- 41: Dancing like a star -- 42: Conservation with the actor (part 2) -- Chapter 9: Imagination -- 43: Descriptive imagination -- 44: Character discoveries -- 45: Up and down -- 46: Cross the line -- Chapter 10: Physical Actor -- 47: Breathe in and out -- 48: Pre-pre-exercise -- 49: Air bubble -- 50: Elbow to the knee -- 51: Alexander exercise -- Chapter 11: State Of Being -- 52: Being present -- 53: Who you are and who you are not -- 54: Inhibit -- 55: Opposites -- 56: Big muscle, little muscle -- Chapter 12: Eureka! -- 57: Inside out -- 58: Room scan -- 59: Eureka! moment -- 60: Memory exercise -- Chapter 13: Creating A World -- 61: Begin again -- 62: Begin again part 2 -- 63: Sounds -- 64: Maybe exercise -- 65: Inner dialogue -- Chapter 14: Mirror Neurons -- Back to back -- 67: Connections -- 68: Mirror endowment -- 69: Mirroring -- Chapter 15: Intimacy And Confrontation -- 70: Limitless possibilities -- 71: Conversation with the actor (part 3) -- 72: Conservation with the actor (part 4) -- 73: Spontaneous moves -- 74: Clean slate -- 75: Intimacy and confrontation in acting -- In closing -- About the authors
Control code
ocn471800334
Dimensions
23 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
226 p.
Isbn
9781566081672
Lccn
2009050728
Other physical details
ports.
System control number
(OCoLC)471800334

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