By Konstantin Stanislavski, Jean Benedetti
An Actor’s paintings on a Role is Konstantin Stanislavsky’s vintage exploration of the practice session technique, utilising the suggestions of his seminal actor education method to the duty of bringing lifestyles and fact to one’s function.
Originally released over part a century in the past as Creating a Role, this publication turned the 3rd in a trilogy – after An Actor Prepares and Building a Character, that are now mixed in a newly translated quantity known as An Actor’s Work. In those books, now foundational texts for actors, Stanislavsky units out his mental, actual and functional imaginative and prescient of actor training.
This new translation from popular author and critic Jean Benedetti not just comprises Stanislavski’s unique teachings, yet is usually provided with precious supplementary fabric within the form of transcripts and notes from the rehearsals themselves, reconfirming The approach because the cornerstone of actor education.
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The young woman liked this extravagance. Why? Because it was happy, because she felt ﬂattered, because her nurse was angry. Rodrigo lost his head at this very ﬁrst meeting. He thought of nothing else but Desdemona. He serenaded her under her window. He stayed in his gondola all night in the hope she would glance out of her window at the canal. That happened once or twice. She smiled at him for no particular reason but out of mischief or coquetry. But he, out of naiveté, thought he had conquered and did not know how to express his gratitude.
When you can act the whole plan in ﬁve minutes, you can take it the scene is ready and guarantee you will not go stray, but learn it by heart so that you can do it even if you are woken up suddenly. It is the lifebelt to which you must cling, and so conﬁrm it and develop it. That is the technique of experiencing. 43 2 THE GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR 1936–1937 . . 19 . The ﬁrst acquaintance with a role takes place in most theatres in the following manner. The cast gathers to hear the play read to them.
Why is it, on the ﬁrst day of their married life that she cannot obtain a, as she sees it, trivial request? And so she persists in prolonging the conversation. Of course, this produces its eﬀect on the general, whose mind is already following the line created by the lies. Of course, too, after everything that has happened, Othello is right, to explain Desdemona’s persistence in his own way. According to him, the cause of her concern for Cassio is hidden in her unconscious love for him. From that he concludes that such an unconscious warmness of a young woman towards a young man is understandable, that Desdemona is not guilty, the more so since she is unaware.