Toward a General Theory of Acting

Toward a General Theory of Acting

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Toward a General Theory of Acting explores the actor's art through the lens of Dynamic Systems Theory and recent findings in the Cognitive Sciences. An analysis of different theories of acting in the West from Stanislavski to Lecoq is followed by an in depth discussion of technique, improvisation, and creating a score. In the final chapter, the focus shifts to how these three are interwoven when the actor steps in front of an audience, whether performing realist, non-realist, or postdramatic theatre. Far from using the sciences to reduce acting to a formula, Lutterbie celebrates the mystery of the creative process.The operator recodes the input into another code that con- tains fewer chunks with more bits per chunk. There are ... If the memory is not exercised, those links will break down, making recollection more difficult. It may be ... There are two processes involved when the learning of one set of information involves losing another.

Title:Toward a General Theory of Acting
Author: John Lutterbie
Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan - 2011-06-07

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