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  • Book

    A joosr guide to The gifts of imperfection by brene brown

    2016 - Joosr Ltd - [United States]

    “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.

  • Book

    Allen, D. and Fallow, J.

    Stanislavski for beginners

    2015 - For Beginners LLC - Danbury, CT

    In-text: (Allen and Fallow, 2015)

    Your Bibliography: Allen, D. and Fallow, J., 2015. Stanislavski for beginners. Danbury, CT: For Beginners LLC.

  • Book

    Benedetti, J.

    Stanislavski

    2008 - Methuen Drama - London

    ‘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.

  • Book

    Darwin, C.

    On the origin of the species

    2013 - Lexington, KY

    In-text: (Darwin, 2013)

    Your Bibliography: Darwin, C., 2013. On the origin of the species. Lexington, KY.

  • Book

    Hornblower, S., Spawforth, A. and Eidinow, E.

    The Oxford classical dictionary

    2012 - Oxford University Press - Oxford

    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.

  • Book

    Innes, C.

    A Sourcebook on naturalist theatre

    2005 - Routledge - New York

    ‘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.

  • Presentation or lecture

    Jones, J.

    Konstantin Stanislavski

    2021

    In-text: (Jones, 2021)

    Your Bibliography: Jones, J., 2021. Konstantin Stanislavski.

  • Book

    Saint-Denis, M.

    Unknown from teachers slides

    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.

  • Book

    Shirley, 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.

  • Website

    Realism vs. Naturalism

    2021

    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].

  • Book

    Thomas, J. and Knebel?, M.

    A director's guide to Stanislavsky's active analysis

    2016

    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.

  • Book

    Whyman, R.

    Without thought, acting becomes mechanical

    In-text: (Whyman, n.d.)

    Your Bibliography: Whyman, R., n.d. .

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