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ACTOR(S) AS INALIENABLE COMMUNICATOR OF DRAMA: THE PERFORMANCE OF THE PRIME Ml JSTER'S SO AS A PARADIGM

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The tools of an actor are his/her voice and body (and perhaps the mind). And these are what every disciplined actor should continuously work on to improve their productive capacity for proper play interpretation. Many actors especially the amateurs (Greenhorns) seem to do little or nothing about improving these tools due to their over reliance on other theatre paraphernalia such as costume. props, etc for character interpretation. As such they are faced with serious challenges of interpreting role proper~y in situations where these paraphernalia are not available (for example, in impromptu performances. improvised performances, auditions etc). Therefore, relying on Jerzy Grotowski 's concept of poor theatre which places emphasizes on the use of the body and voice as the main requirement for play interpretation, this study seeks to project the place of the actor (and not costume, make-up, props or sets) as the inalienable communicator o.f drama. This will enable upcoming actor or the amateur actors to become belier.·

ACTOR(S) AS INALIENABLE COMMUNICATOR OF DRAMA: THE PERFORMANCE OF THE PRIME Ml JSTER'S SO AS A PARADIGM

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Type Project
Department Theatre Arts
Project ID THA0058
Price ₦3,000 ($9)
No of Pages 47 Pages
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    Type Project
    Department Theatre Arts
    Project ID THA0058
    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 47 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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