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Relaxation

Tension is our greatest enemy. Important for freeing the Mind. Relaxation is a lure for inspiration.

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Concentration

An active process force attention to reality of the stage

2

Circle of attention

The consistent shifting of attention in the world of the play is crucial to living on stage

3

Public solitude

As if only the people in the furniture on the stage or present to forget about that huge space with audiences is sitting

4

Sensory recall

Recall events using all five senses get your senses and memories in shape

5

Imagination

Magic IF is the key that opens the door to essentially imagination

6

Given circumstances

What we know to be true from the script

7

Action

Acting is doing with purpose you lose your self conscious awareness of you

8

Objective

What you want to do object of your desire

9

Subtext

Our words are Tips of the iceberg subtext is meaning below the water

10

Adaption

The shifting of actions in response to new circumstances

11

Super objective

Sort of like the actors thing your overall character goal

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Communion

The living exchange between characters rivets the audiences attention to live in chemistry between us is what is compelling

13

Tempo

Consider it or verses outer spoken versus physical how are leads to circumstances in her verses outer tempo of disarming a bomb for example

14

Emotional memory

The actor calling up emotions from his personal past two system creating the characters reality must be controllable and repeatable

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Inner technique

Imagination concentration magic if gives circumstances since of truth public solitude since her very recall objectives actions emotion memory inner Tempo rhythms

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Outer technique

Relaxation voice dictation movement aerobics our tempo rhythm