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Author Roznowski, Rob, 1963-, author
Title Inner monologue in acting / by Rob Roznowski
Imprint New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2013
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Note Includes bibliographical references
Introduction: Nick -- 1. Acting -- 2. Inner Monologue (IM) in Basic Psychology -- Mikayla -- 3. IM Everyday -- 4. IM in Acting -- Carolyn -- 5. IM as Enemy -- 6. IM versus Subtext -- Jacqueline -- 7. IM in Transitions -- 8. IM Alone Onstage -- Kirill -- 9. IM in Objective/Tactic/Obstacle -- Stephanie -- 10. IM Out of Your Head -- 11. IM in Script Scoring -- Zev -- 12. IM in Drama -- 13. IM in Film -- 14. IM in Classical Theatre -- Sarah -- 15. IM in Musical Theatre -- 16. IM in Comedy -- Andrew -- 17. IM in Style -- Rachel -- 18. IM in Auditions -- 19. IM in Other Psychological Situations -- 20. IM in Other Performance Forms -- Ian
What should an actor be thinking onstage? This overlooked, important question is the crux of this new book that combines psychological theory, numerous practical exercises, and a thorough and wide-reaching examination of inner monologue in various forms including film, musical theatre, and comedy. The Inner Monologue is that 'stream of consciousness' or 'inner voice' that constantly echoes in your head. This revolutionary new book tames and harnesses that voice to be used as a powerful tool in acting. Written in an accessible tone, the book assists actors, directors and educators in their quest for deeper more thoughtful acting and is a perfect supplement to traditional actor training
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Link Print version: Roznowski, Rob, 1963- Inner monologue in acting 9781137354273 (DLC) 2013010091 (OCoLC)841187528
Subject Acting -- Psychological aspects
Actors -- Psychology
PERFORMING ARTS / Theater / General bisacsh
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