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Chapter 4. Acting. Emotional or Subjective Acting. Technical or Objective A cting. Leading Roles. Protagonist. Antagonist. Supporting Roles. Straight Parts. Character Parts. Characterization. Primary Source. Secondary Sources. Body Language. Master Gesture. Inflection. S ubtext.

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chapter 4

Chapter 4

Acting

emotional or subjective acting

Emotional or Subjective Acting

Technicalor Objective Acting

leading roles

Leading Roles

Protagonist

antagonist

Antagonist

Supporting Roles

straight parts

Straight Parts

Character Parts

characterization

Characterization

Primary Source

secondary sources

Secondary Sources

Body Language

master gesture

Master Gesture

Inflection

s ubtext

Subtext

Substitution

improvisation

Improvisation

Paraphrasing

objective students will understand practice and learn skills for acting

Objective: Students will understand, practice and learn skills for Acting

Objective: Students will develop a special terminology used for acting

objective students will identify the different types of roles for a performer

Objective: Students will identify the different types of roles for a performer

Objective: Students will identify what it means “to act”.

special language of acting
Special Language of Acting
  • Ad-lib
  • At Rise
  • Back or backstage
  • Bit part
  • Building a scene
  • Business
  • Countercross
  • Cover
  • Cross
  • Cue
  • Curtain
  • Cut
  • Cut in
  • Down or Downstage
  • Dressing the Stage
  • Enter
  • Exit or Exeunt
  • Feeding
  • Foil
  • Hand Props
special language of acting1
Special Language of Acting
  • Hit
  • Holding for Laughs
  • Leading center
  • Left and Right
  • Master Gesture
  • Milk
  • Off or Offstage
  • On or Onstage
  • Overlap
  • Pace
  • Personal Props
  • Places
  • Plot
  • Pointing Lines
  • Principals
  • Properties or Props
special language of acting2
Special Language of Acting
  • Ring up
  • Role Scoring
  • Script Scoring
  • Set
  • Set Props
  • Sides
  • Stealing a Scene
  • Subtext
  • Tag Line
  • Taking the Stage
  • Tempo
  • Timing
  • Top
  • Up or Upstage
  • Upstaging
  • Walk-on
  • Warn cue