A practical training guide with volume. With contributions from 5 internationally recognised movement specialists this gives a range of exercises inspired by the concepts of Rudolf Laban.
||Theatre Arts Workbooks
||Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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||Höhe: 216 mm
Breite: 136 mm
Dicke: 20 mm
Katya Bloom, PhD, taught Laban on the core acting course at RADA in London, 1989 to 2009. Author of The Embodied Self, and co-author of Moves, she is based in the USA.
Barbara Adrian is Professor of Theatre Arts at Marymount Manhattan College, NY, USA. She is author of Actor Training the Laban Way.
Tom Casciero, PhD, is Theatre Professor at Towson University, MD, USA.
Jennifer Mizenko is Professor of Dance and Movement for the Actor at the University of Mississippi, USA.
Claire Porter is a freelance Movement specialist, performer and director. She teaches at NYU, and internationally, and is based in the USA.
Chapter 1: A Physical Foundation for the Actor (Tom Casciero)
Chapter 2: Moving Into Character (Katya Bloom)
Chapter 3: Moving Your Voice: Expanding Your Vocal Creative Potential through LMA (Barbara Adrian)
Chapter 4: Links Between LMA and Key Acting Techniques (Jennifer Mizenko)
Chapter 5: Generating and Structuring a Movement and Text Performance (Claire Porter)
Appendix A: General Overview of Laban Movement Analysis Vocabulary
Appendix B: Body, Effort, Shape and Space Charts
Laban Traning Programes
Bibliography and Further Reading
Links to Workbook Video
Notes on Contributors
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