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By Jen Harvie

How do strength dynamics, ideologies and identification play out in kinfolk among theater and the town? comparing fabric stipulations resembling structure and performative practices corresponding to city activism, Harvie argues either give a contribution to figuring out the advanced economies and ecologies of theater and function in an more and more urbanized global.

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Notes for the student With this exercise, you not only need to be highly focused, but you need to keep an open mind to experiencing the exercise. Stanislavski believed in the combination of the mind, body and spirit when acting, and this exercise helps you to locate the more spiritual side of acting. You will need to be 100 per cent focused for this exercise to work. Much of Stanislavski’s system only really works if you are completely committed and willing to explore and experiment. Recently, I ran this workshop in a school in Surrey and the boys, from the outset, thought this exercise could not work.

Do not forget about costumes and props. Once you give a student actor a uniform, a gun and camouflage cream, it is almost impossible to stop his or her imagination from creating a character! 43 44 key practitioners 19 THE FINAL RUN Student exercise AIM To finalise, polish and set ready for the opening performance. • • • • • • • Try to make sure your final run is 24 hours before the first performance to give yourself time to evaluate your performance. Before you go on stage, use Exercise 3 on free body relaxation and then gently start to allow your imagination to bring in your past, daily life and what you want.

Notes for the student experience The state where you leave the actor behind and find the character, with everything you do being the product of your character’s thoughts and actions. Once you have rehearsed using active analysis, you will probably be wondering why so many rehearsals are run with actors walking around a stage, script in hand, using their voice to show their character! I am still trying to figure that one out. I have run this exercise with hundreds of groups and am yet to meet a student that does not think this improves their performance.

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