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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:52710
Doc. No:TL22664
Call number:‭1455479‬
Main Entry:Sandra Carol Massie
Title & Author:Emma Goldman as the voice of justice: Exploring the unique relationship between acting, activism, and anarchism in “Assassins”Sandra Carol Massie
College:California State University, Long Beach
Date:2008
Degree:M.F.A.
student score:2008
Page No:44
Abstract:This project report examines the use of the acting techniques and theories of Uta Hagen, Michael Chekhov, Timothy Gallwey, and Dr. Joanne Gordon as applied to the role of Emma Goldman in Assassins, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and book by John Weidman, as performed by the California Repertory Company, August 28–October 20, 2007. Chapter 1 outlines the methodologies and acting techniques specific to Uta Hagen and Michael Chekhov, and explores the unique parallels between acting, and Emma Goldman's brand of activism and anarchism. Chapter 2 examines the rehearsal and performance process in the actor-director relationship, and the application of Uta Hagen's, Michael Chekhov's, and Timothy Gallwey's exercises in preparation for performance. Chapter 3 concludes how Emma Goldman's philosophy of anarchism informs acting and the creative arts.
Subject:Communication and the arts; Sondheim, Stephen; Weidman, John; Theater; 0465:Theater
Added Entry:H. O'Gorman
Added Entry:California State University, Long Beach