Thursday, October 29, 2015

Making the Most of Available Resources for Your Acting Career (part 2 of 2)

Generosity – it is the ability to offer something to play off to others and the ability to allow focus to be with other actors.

Stillness- it is, on the other hand, the ability to show thoughts and emotions without movement.

Spatial awareness- is the ability to create space around self and other actors; positioning - in relation to each other/to audience; physical movement on stage; utilisation of props or set designs.

Breath control- this is also the ability  to  control  breath  for  vocal projection; for physical control of energy and use of voice

Stamina- is the ability "to maintain energy, sustain role or momentum”

Strength – is the ability to maintain stamina, fitness for physical and vocal control; for emotional control - carrying it through (emotional tension/sensation is physically

Relaxation- this is the ability to use voice and body without damage
ability to use voice and body without damage and allows emotions to come through within character at points of high tension.

Control – meanwhile, is the ability to have power over one’s voice and manipulate it at will.

Good actors must possess a number of skills, among them good vocal projection, clarity of speech, physical expressiveness, a good sense of perspective, emotional availability, a well developed imagination, the ability to analyze and understand dramatic text, and the ability to emulate or generate emotional and physical conditions.

Take good note of all that were mentioned here regarding your TACR!FT, since acting is an artistic approach to character portrayal, and a good means for entertainment and for you to make the most out of it, making the most of available resources for your acting career will surely get you a long, long way.

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