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Posted By: EdTA Publications January 13, 2014 3:20 pm
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Theatre topics : Acting

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A seven-part series for acting students by Jon Jory, a selection of articles on voice, and teaching exercises for theatre educators to use in the classroom.

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By Antonio Ocampo-Guzman. Includes two illustrated exercises to support spinal alignment. Dramatics, March 2007.


By Judylee Vivier. Includes tension-releasing exercises. Dramatics, April 2007.


By Jon Jory. An introduction to given circumstances. Dramatics, September 2000.


By Jon Jory. Marking and naming the beats in a script. Dramatics, October 2000.


By Jon Jory. To increase the energy and heat up the drama, you must want what you want more. Dramatics, November 2000.


By Jon Jory. How to get what you want. Dramatics, January 2001.


By Jon Jory. What you really want. Dramatics, March 2001.


By Jon Jory. The beginning, middle, and end of the rehearsal process. Dramatics, April 2001.


By Jon Jory. Ten ways to tune your performance. Dramatics, May 2001.


By Bruce Miller. Includes a sidebar on twenty different methods for memorizing. Dramatics, March, 2005.


By Michael Daehn. An introduction to ensemble acting. Dramatics, October 2009.


By Rena Cook. Practice your way to greater vocal freedom. Part of a series on voice. Dramatics, May 2007.


By Bruce Miller. A three-part series on reviving your acting skills. Teaching Theatre, v15n4 to v16n2.


By Bruce Miller. A three-part series on reviving your acting skills. Teaching Theatre, v15n4 to v16n2.


By Bruce Miller. A three-part series on reviving your acting skills. Teaching Theatre, v15n4 to v16n2.


By Wendy DeLeo LeBorgne. Taking care of young voices. Teaching Theatre, v20n2.


By Bruce Miller. An acting game that teaches lying for the stage. Teaching Theatre, v16n3.


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By Nancy Bishop. Three film-acting exercises. Teaching Theatre, v18n1.


By Bruce Miller. Helping actors remember the other character in monologues. Teaching Theatre, v19n3.


By Peter King. Helping students build characters through observation. Teaching Theatre, v20n2.


By Elizabeth Cobbe. Teaching stage violence to student actors. Teaching Theatre, v17n1.


By Bruce Miller. Script analysis for actors. Teaching Theatre, v18n1.


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