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“Authenticity is the daily practice of letting go of who we’re told to be and embracing who we really are”
In-text: (A joosr guide to The gifts of imperfection by brene brown, 2016)
Your Bibliography: 2016. A joosr guide to The gifts of imperfection by brene brown. [United States]: Joosr Ltd.
In-text: (Allen and Fallow, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Allen, D. and Fallow, J., 2015. Stanislavski for beginners. Danbury, CT: For Beginners LLC.
‘Naturalism (for Stanislavski) implied the indiscriminate reproduction of the surface of life.’
In-text: (Benedetti, 2008)
Your Bibliography: Benedetti, J., 2008. Stanislavski. London: Methuen Drama.
In-text: (Darwin, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Darwin, C., 2013. On the origin of the species. Lexington, KY.
the scientific study of the human mind and its functions, especially those affecting behaviour in a given context.
In-text: (Hornblower, Spawforth and Eidinow, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Hornblower, S., Spawforth, A. and Eidinow, E., 2012. The Oxford classical dictionary. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
‘There is general agreement that the crucial factors inspiring Naturalism were the perceptions that all life, human as well as animal, is in a process of continual evolution, and that human behaviour can be explained through scientific analysis…the naturalistic approach is overtly scientific, presenting characters as case studies in human behaviour or social problems.’
In-text: (Innes, 2005)
Your Bibliography: Innes, C., 2005. A Sourcebook on naturalist theatre. New York: Routledge.
In-text: (Jones, 2021)
Your Bibliography: Jones, J., 2021. Konstantin Stanislavski.
Where naturalism is ‘biological human behaviour,’ reproducing the surface of life’, realism is expressing the ‘meaning of human life
In-text: (Saint-Denis, n.d.)
Your Bibliography: Saint-Denis, M., n.d. Unknown from teachers slides.
Plays of this kind (Shakespeare etc..) he [S-D] asserted do not merely imitate life; instead they are nourished by a reality that they will ultimately move beyond
In-text: (Shirley, n.d.)
Your Bibliography: Shirley, D., n.d. Unknown from teachers slides. p.44.
In-text: (Realism vs. Naturalism, 2021)
Your Bibliography: Study.com. 2021. Realism vs. Naturalism. [online] Available at: <https://study.com/academy/lesson/realism-vs-naturalism-in-literature.html> [Accessed 13 January 2021].
Stanislavsky dreamed of the thinking actor, the actor-creator who knows how to interpret his own work and live actively in the given circumstances of a role.
In-text: (Thomas and Knebel?, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Thomas, J. and Knebel?, M., 2016. A director's guide to Stanislavsky's active analysis. p.88.
Without thought, acting becomes mechanical
In-text: (Whyman, n.d.)
Your Bibliography: Whyman, R., n.d. .
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