Methuen, 2002 - 355 sider
This text journeys to the heart of speaking and acting Shakespeare. Starting with the givens of speaking verse through to the rehearsal of leading Shakespeare roles from Hamlet, King Lear, Richard III, Macbeth and others, this title unlocks some of the greatest challenges from a playwrite that any actor will encounter. With a mixture of anecdotes and clear instructions starting with the voice and moving on to major textual analysis, this text provides a guide to anyone who wants to start to understand how to act Shakespeare.
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It can sound aggressive . ... it sounds fuzzy and makes it extremely hard for the speaker to engage emotionally , access range or define a word . This habit is often adopted by deniers and can sound sentimental or self - centred .
When you feel the sound forward , change from an ' oo ' into an ' ah ' – but be careful not to pull away . ' Ah ' is an emotional and committed sound , which encourages us to deny it and pull it back . Also , avoid pushing the voice or ...
These perspectives not only characterise Jaques intellectually , but the sound and physical texture of the words he chooses reinforce his meaning so that we feel it in our mouths and ears . Each observation is woven together with subtle ...
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By exploring the mechanics of Shakespeare's writing, these books clearly illustrate how to speak and understand his texts and ultimately break down the language barrier. Both cover the bard's powerful ... Læs hele anmeldelsen
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