Acting from the Ultimate Consciousness
Starting with Mr. Morris' contention that "ninety-five percent of our talent comes from the unconscious, " this book addresses that hidden reservoir of feelings and experiences. Through a study of the unconscious, the actor is led toward "the state at which the actor crosses the line between consciousness and the unconscious to reach and feed from this bottomless well of creativity."
10 pages matching Sharing Monologue in this book
Results 1-3 of 10
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
THE ULTIMATE CONSCIOUSNESS
6 other sections not shown
actor actress Affective-Memory animal areas Available Stimulus aware become begin behavior boyfriend character elements character obligation chart choice approach choices and approaches color connection craft creative curiosity deal decide director discuss dream emotional encourage Endowments ensemble preparation ensemble relationship eric everything Evocative Words example exciting exercise explore express father felt film fulfill happened hear I'm five identify Images imaginary monologue imagination impelling important improvisation impulsive responses Inner Monologue insecurities instrument intuition involved Joyce kind lines listen lives look Martin Landau material megan Michael Weller moment-to-moment parallel Personal Inventory piece pique play preconscious primal moan psychological reality Rehearsal Number relation remember responses scene seems selectively emphasize Sense Memory sensory questions sexual Sharing Monologue sounds specific stage started stimulate sub-personality talking techniques Tennessee Williams things ultimate consciousness ultimate-consciousness experience uncon unconscious communicates wonderful Woolgatherer workout