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A Korean approach to actor training /

Jeungsook Yoo.

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Author: Yoo, Jeungsook
Published: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2018.
Topics: Acting - Study and teaching. | Acting - Korean influences. | RU ebook
Genres: Electronic books.
Online Access: https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/roosevelt/detail.action?docID=5056406
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Machine generated contents note: 1. Introduction: toward gained nature in artificiality -- 1. intercultural and psychophysical approach to acting and actor training -- 2. Meditation and acting as a psychophysical `technique' -- 3. Tao, Te and kungfu -- 2. Dahnhak meditation: recovering sensitivity toward mastery -- 1. Introduction to Dahnhak -- Dahnhak -- Ki in Dahnhak -- Three principles -- Three Methods -- Dahnhak practice -- 2. Three Methods practice -- 3. Bald Soprano: forming an active-passive relationship -- 1. Introduction -- 2. From Paper to time and space: the nature of acting -- Acting: a psychophysical activity -- Words: psychophysical vibration -- 3. Forming an active---passive relationship to a psychophysical score -- process of creating a score -- Space as a channel: resonance -- Integration -- 4. Water Station: moving ki in inner and outer space -- 1. Introduction -- 2. starting point of acting: a way of appreciation -- 3. `visible' and the `invisible' -- 4. design of awareness and ki: moving ki in time and space -- Scene 1 GIRL -- Scene 2 TWO MEN -- Scene 3 WOMAN WITH A PARASOL -- Scene 9 THE GIRL -- 5. Autonomy of the id-flow -- 5. Playing `The Maids': tuning emotional ki -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Korean imagination: han and salpuri dance -- Salpuri dance: embodiment of han -- Han: the aesthetics of fermentation -- 3. Emotion as ki -- Emotion in the context of its embodiment -- Tunable elements of emotional ki -- 4. Tuning the characteristics of emotional ki -- `I Can Not' -- `Release of Han Dance (Salpuri) and Vocal Duet' -- 5. character's emotion and an actor's emotion -- 6. Conclusion: a theory of sympathy.

Table of Contents for: A Korean approach to actor training