Tools and Techniques for Character Interpretation: A Handbook of Psychology for Actors, Writers, and Directors

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Hal Leonard Corporation, 2006 - 325 páginas
Actor and author Blumenfeld offers practical suggestions and exercises for applying different theories of psychology, such as psychoanalysis, object relations, and existentialism, to character interpretation. He explains these various theories and their terminology and offers character studies that exemplify psychological concepts based on characte

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SIGMUND FREUD FATHER OF PSYCHOANALYSIS
13
The Practical
68
Anna FREUD
71
MELANIE KLEIN AND OBJECTRELATIONS THEORY
89
Carl Gustav JUNG
111
The Practical Applications of Jungs
117
GEORG GRODDECK AND The Book
123
Wilhelm REICH AND CHARACTER ANALYSIS
135
S PART
221
SHAKESPEAREs Timeless PsychOLOGICAL Themes
229
The Psychology of Prejudice 233 Some Characters in Othello Paranoia
248
and Hedda Gabler
256
ANTON CHEKHOV
265
Sıx MODERN PLAYS
283
Selected Bibliography
309
Acting and Theater 309 Plays and Playwrights 310 Psychology and Psychoanalysis
317

THE THEORIES OF WILLIAM JAMES
151
Theme CCRT
171

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Robert Blumenfeld is a professional actor who has been on the faculty of both the Stella Adler Conservatory and the National Shakespeare Conservatory and is a private and production coach as well. Working with accents on stage, screen and radio for close to 30 years, he is superbly qualified to lead any actor to success in achieving the speech a role demands.

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