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100 1  Lugering, Michael 
245 14 The Expressive Actor :|bIntegrated Voice, Movement and 
       Acting Training 
264  1 London :|bTaylor & Francis Group,|c2012 
264  4 |c©2013 
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505 0  Cover -- The Expressive Actor Integrated voice, movement, 
       and acting training -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of 
       figures -- Acknowledgments -- Part I Prologue -- A 
       Introduction to the method -- B Overview of the method -- 
       C Introduction to the actor -- Part II Principles of 
       expressive action -- Chapter 1 Expressive action -- 1.1 
       Definition -- 1.2 Expressive action in context -- Chapter 
       2 First and second functions -- 2.1 Definition -- 2.2 
       Application to acting -- Chapter 3 Physical properties -- 
       3.1 Overview -- 3.2 Major and minor properties -- 3.3 
       Expressive continuum -- Part III Principles of integration
       -- Chapter 4 Integration -- 4.1 Context -- 4.2 Hierarchy 
       of an expressive action -- 4.3 Body structure -- 4.4 The 
       stacking process -- Part IV Stacking -- Chapter 5 
       Introduction to stacking -- Chapter 6 Moving -- Step 1: 
       Preliminaries -- Step 2: Principles -- Step 3: Technique -
       - Step 4: Improvisation -- Chapter 7 Breathing -- Step 1: 
       Preliminaries -- Step 2: Principles -- Step 3: Technique -
       - Step 4: Improvisation -- Chapter 8 Sounding -- Step 1: 
       Preliminaries -- Step 2: Principles -- Step 3: Technique -
       - Step 4: Improvisation -- Chapter 9 Speaking -- Step 1: 
       Preliminaries -- Step 2: Principles -- Step 3: Technique -
       - Step 4: Improvisation -- Chapter 10 Extending the barre 
       -- Part V Technique -- Chapter 11 Preliminaries -- Chapter
       12 Voice and body exercises -- 12.1 Lying and breathing 
       exercises -- 12.2 Sitting and sounding exercises -- 12.3 
       Standing exercises -- Chapter 13 Language and character 
       exercises -- 13.1 Language -- 13.2 Character -- Epilogue -
       - Appendix I: Expressive continuum -- Appendix II: Actions
       -- Bibliography -- Index 
520    "The study of acting should not begin with an exploration 
       of feeling, perception, imagination, memories, intention, 
       personalization, self-identification... or even 
       performance-but physical action." Michael Lugering's The 
       Expressive Actor presents a foundational, preparatory 
       training method, using movement to unlock the entire 
       acting process. Its action-based perspective integrates 
       voice, movement and basic acting training into a unified 
       approach. A wealth of exercises and diagrams guide the 
       reader through this internationally taught program, making
       it an ideal step-by-step course for both solo and 
       classroom use. Through this course, voice and body 
       training becomes more than a simple skill-building 
       activity - it is the central prerequisite to any actor 
       training. This new Routledge edition has been fully 
       updated, to include: A revised prologue, further 
       discussing the historical and philosophical grounding of 
       The Lugering Method A new introduction, with particular 
       focus on the integrative nature of the method and how the 
       book should be used. New developments, clarifications, and
       12 new exercises. 6 new illustrative diagrams 
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
       libraries 
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