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2011 | 59 | 1 | 3-13
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IRREPLACEABLE ROLE OF ACTOR'S UNIQUENESS: STANISLAVSKI'S WORK MADE ACTING SEARCH FOR ITS SOUL (Nezastupitelna role herecke jedinecnosti: vystoupenim Stanislavskeho se herectvi vydalo hledat svou dusi)

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The search for intimacy is taken from the concept of how emotive a role is as the core experience. The range of emotions does not come across as a jealousy, anger, love an sich, but more as a changes in mood, which opens up a world of unique deep-rooted situations and a world of on going discourse as a whole. The actor is experiencing his artistic personality and character in creative tension. This fluctuation in changing moods corresponds with the varying bonds of actors - a figure /character and its formation. These findings add to its personification through using their artistic experience and Jouvet reflection. The actor and his character conduct a dialogue of multiple personalities. All of this is the basis of a spiritual tradition in what actors create and their training. History is becoming a 'well-trained actor' prepared by schools of clear cut indoctrination. The Present is a creative acting, going beyond the boundaries of mere current knowledge.
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59
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1
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3-13
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  • Josef Vinar, Divadelni akademie muzickych umeni, Karlova 26, Praha 1, 116 65 Praha, Czech Republic
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