Embodied Acting - by Rick Kemp

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Embodied Acting is a crucial, pragmatic intervention in the study of how neuroscience can be applied to theatre studies. Examining the nature of the acting process from the perspective of cognitive science, author Rick Kemp re-examines familiar questions of how an actor develops a character, and what is actually involved - physically, mentally - in training, rehearsing and performing. The result is an elegant blend of theory, practice and cutting-edge science, making a compelling case for discarding, once and for all, notions of a mind-body separation having any relevance to contemporary actor training.

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Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition

Released: 2012

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