Stanislavski in Practice - the Film, Part Two: Work on a Role extends and completes the work begun in Part One: Work on the Actor. Nick O'Brien takes a practical approach to the second part of Stanislavski's system, the actor's work on a role, with exercises based on those used by Stanislavski at the Moscow Art Theatre. A close companion to O'Brien's bestselling book for students, Stanislavski In Practice, this DVD follows eight students exploring key areas of the system and - crucially - focusses on the student's process of observing, experiencing and learning, as well as on the teacher's instruction. As the film progresses we see the students build their understanding and develop new skills and resources. It is an invaluable alternative or supplement to reading the book and practicing the exercises in class, in a workshop or at home. As a step-by-step and user-friendly guide to working with Stanislavski's system, this is an unparalleled package of resources for anyone looking to develop as an actor.
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Chapter 1 Objectives Chapter 2 Action Chapter 3 Practicing Actions Chapter 4 Events and Unexpected Events Chapter 5 Life in Art Chapter 6 The Super Objective and Germ Chapter 7 Exploring text Rehearsing A Streetcar Named Desire Chapter 8 Active Analysis using A Streetcar Named Desire Chapter 9 Bringing it all together Chapter 10 In conversation with students from Rose Bruford at Symposium 2015 Chapter 11 Interview with Nick O'Brien
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Nick O'Brien trained as an Actor and Director for 4 years under Sam Kogan, a pupil of Maria Knebel. He founded and runs The Stanislavski Experience, a drama workshop company, and is Head of Drama at the New London Performing Arts Centre. Peter J Walsh has an extensive background as a Director/Producer/Editor making music promos (five top ten promos), commercials (two top ten viral commercials) drama and documentaries.