arbitrarily adverbUK /ˌɑː.bɪˈtreə.rəl.i/ US /ˌɑːr.bəˈtrer.əl.i/
arbitrarily adverb (BY CHANCE)
- They just arbitrarily pick a number.
- You can’t just arbitrarily say that there are going to be 500 more students.
- We didn’t make these changes arbitrarily, but for a good reason.
The scene is just river of the emotion.Chris Mckay
- feel -> make(act) ; american style
- make(act) -> feel what you did/said ; Sanford meisner technique
Exercises should not make you
FREE.Cicelly Betty (actor)
- One word for each 5 skills
- physicality. posture. poise
- control. doing something. ‘as if’ stimulate
- while interacting(share) with others(audience)
- difference between ‘pretending’ and ‘imagine’
- how does actors practice?
- paraphrasing in play is dangerous. Don’t change the lines. impulse with writing
- subconscience – you can’t know
- reaction – you don’t choose but you do choose “action”
- under pressure, just letting the words happen.
- context if you don’t understand you can feel it because you’re human being. audience will only care about the moment you said.
- JUST SAY IT. SHOW IT.
if you understand well enough,
acting will just happen.Chris Mckay
Theatre in Context
- <forced entertainment> shakespeare theatre as table top
- visual guide to Greek play
- <Oedipus Rex>
- Phonetics #4 – vowel glides Diphtongs
- figure out what you’re doing and practise then let it happen!
- 2 categorize : closing and centering