Acting : psychophysical phenomenon and process : intercultural and interdisciplinary perspectives / Phillip B. Zarrilli, Jerri Daboo, Rebecca Loukes
- Theatre and performance practices
- Preface / Phillip B. Zarrilli, Jerri Daboo, Rebecca Loukes -- Introduction: Acting as psychophysical phenomenon and process / Phillip B. Zarrilli -- Psychophysical acting in India / Phillip B. Zarrilli -- Psychophysical acting in Japan / Phillip B. Zarrilli -- Stanislavsky and the psychophysical in western acting / Jerri Daboo -- Making movement: the psychophysical in 'embodied' practices / Rebecca Loukes -- Beyond the psychophysical? The 'situated', 'enactive' bodymind in performance / Rebecca Loukes -- Afterword: Dialogue and paradox / Jerri Daboo -- Appendix I: A historical/contextual introduction to intercultural theatre / Phillip B. Zarrilli.
- What is the relationship between body and mind, inner and outer in any approach to acting? How have different modes of actor training shaped actors' experiences of acting and how they understand their work? Phillip B. Zarrilli, Jerri Daboo and Rebecca Loukes offer insight into such questions, analysing acting as a psychophysical phenomenon and process across cultures and disciplines, and providing in-depth accounts of culturally and historically specific approaches to acting.
- 9781403990549, 1403990549, 9781403990556 (paperback), and 1403990557 (paperback)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 268-290) and index.
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