Games for Actors and Non-actors
Games for Actors and Non-Actors is the classic and best selling book by the founder of Theatre of the Oppressed, Augusto Boal. It sets out the principles and practice of Boal's revolutionary Method, showing how theatre can be used to transform and liberate everyone - actors and non-actors alike!
This thoroughly updated and substantially revised second edition includes:
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great methodology accompanying boal's "theater of the oppressed"- physical and mental exercises for work with actors /theater actors/social actors etc/ Read full review
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This is a classic text for any Drama teacher - first read it in '95 and I still refer to it and use many of the techniques and games in it now. Read full review
The Royal Shakespeare Company
the fable of XuaXua the prehuman
THEATRE OF THE OPPRESSED IN EUROPE
THE STRUCTURE OF THE ACTORS WORK
THE ARSENAL OF THEATRE OF THE OPPRESSED
one leader one follower
one to one
Furnish the empty space
Building character relations
r t What has changed?
The balancing circle
The Indian in the city the city dweller in the forest
Follow two masters who metamorphose into each other
Minimum surface contact
Minimum surface coutact
back to back
Pushing against each other bottom to bottom 61
The Greek exercise
The actor as object
At a right angle
r t Strappedfeet walk
In a circle
The rolling carpet
The bear of Poitiers
Stick in the mud
Millipede So 9 Apple dance
American football aka British bulldog
Homage to Tex Avery cat and dogs
Sequence of rectilinear and circular movements
LISTENING TO WHAT WE HEAR
Game of rhythm and movement
The machine of rhythms
Machine of rhythms
The Peruvian ball game
The clapping series
West Side Story
The Portuguese rhythmic shoes
The two brooms
The four brooms
Rhythm dialogue in teams
Dialogue of rhythms
Lines of five
How manyAs in a singleA?
Crossing the room
Lying on their backs on tables
The imaginary journey
The glass cobra
The magnetpositive and negative
Swedish multiple sculpture
The blind car 12i 10 What is the object?
The smell of hands
Draw your own body
The blind person and the bomb
Find a convenient back
The sound of the seven doorways
Instead of simply sayingStop the Joker says a number
The participants touch each other
The plain mirror
Everyone joins hands
The two lines form a curve
The mirror breaks
The distorting mirror
The rhythmic mirror
The modelling sequence
The sculptor doesnt touch the model
The sculptors spread out around the room
Collective creation of a mask KO 6 Addition of masks IeO 7 Pushing the mask to its extremity and nullifying it
Changing masks K1 10 Mask exchange
The masks of the actors themselves
Substitution of mask
Changing a whole set of masks into a different social class
Making the mask allencompassing
Changing actors midritual
The game of complementary roles
Exchange of roles
The clown of Amsterdam
The image of the object igo 1 The found object
The object transformed
The invention of space and the spatial structures of power
The great game of power
Games involving the creation of characters
The embassy ball
The childs fear
What grownups wanted me to be
The two revelations of Saint Teresa
The fighting cocks
THE MEMORY OF THE SENSES
remembering a day in the past
Memory and emotion and imagination
models and dynamisations
illustrating a subject using other peoples bodies
Image of transition
Multiple image of oppression
Multiple image of happiness
Images of transition the technique in action
REHEARSAL EXERCISES FOR ANY KIND OF PLAY
Ritual in which everyone becomes an animal 6 Stimulation of the dormant parts of ourselves 224 6 Stimulation of the dormant parts of ourselves
The evocation of historic events
The reconstruction of the crime
Analytical rehearsal of emotion
Rehearsal of the cue
Silence on set Action
The rhythm of scenes
THE EARLY FORMS OF FORUM THEATRE
DOUBTS AND CERTAINTIES
Do we have to arrive at a solution or not?
The repeated scene
How to replace a character without transforming it into another
What is agoodoppression?
Who can replace whom?
How should a model be rehearsed?
Can a forum change themes?
Can people remain spectators in a Forum Theatre session?
When does a session ofTheatre of the Oppressed end?
FIRST EXPERIENCES WITH INVISIBLE THEATRE
Queen Silvias baby
the black woman
Picnic in the streets of Stockholm
The audiences children
A MEDITATION ON ART AND THE MIRACULOUS
Passion and art
The mad artist and the artist madman
THE PEDAGOGY OF FEAR THEATRE AND THE TWIN TOWERS AN ESSAY AFTER 11 SEPTEMBER 2001
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