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What Is Acting?
Standing Walking Sitting Gestures Hands Physical and mental
Breathing Projection Phrasing and pausing Tone and resonation
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action actor actress artists ASPECTS OF ACTING audience become breath Buranttino called Cecily chair character Clara Morris comedy Commedia dell'Arte costumes create creative David Garrick develop dialect director door Dorine drama Edmund Kean Edwin Booth emotion Epops Euelpides Exercise eyes feel Garrick give Gwendolen Hamlet hand Hill and Wang imagination Improvise Jean-Louis Barrault Joseph Juliet Kean Lady Capulet Lady Teazle laugh lines live London look means Merritt Moliere never Nurse Oedipus Oedipus the King Orgon Pantalone pause performance phonation physical Pithetaerus Plautus play players playwrights PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS reading rehearsals Richard Richard Burbage Romeo Romeo and Juliet Sarah Bernhardt scene Shakespeare Shepherd Shui Siddons Silvio Sir Peter sits sound speak speech stage Stallings standing Stanislavski Strindberg student style of acting Tartuffe tell theatre thee thou thought tone voice walk word York Zanni