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Date: April 1, 1995A a collection of 125 acting exercises based on magazine excerpts and dialogue from Mr. Morris’s classes. These exercises teach the actor to systematically remove his instrumental obstacles-tensions, fears, inhibitions – and explore the state of” being” when the actor does nothing more or less than what he feels.
As the name suggests, many of the techniques described here are aimed at ensuring that the actor does not have to fall into the traps of conceptual and presentation acting. There is also a full Chapter on sensory memory-what it is, and how to practice it and apply it as a working tool. Co-authored with Joan Hotchkiss and with a Foreword by Jack Nicholson.GB closed the Best books on acting, books:Rhonda Blair-actor, images and actions: responsibilities and cognitive Neuroscience
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