The Actor with a Thousand Faces

(Applause Books).

The Actor with a Thousand Faces

Author: Mark Olsen

Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation

ISBN: 9781557833068

Page: 278

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(Applause Books). A movement-based gudebook compendium, resource workbook, and practical manual for students, teachers, and theatre practitioners who are dedicated to the advancement of ensemble work. Using movement, text, sound, masks, and materials, these exercises are designed to instruct, provoke, and inspire participants to launch works that eventually transcend them.

Eleanor Parker

This is the first book on enduring Hollywood star Eleanor Parker, long underrated despite three best actress Academy Award nominations (Caged, 1950; Detective Story, 1951; Interrupted Melody, 1955).

Eleanor Parker

Author: Doug McClelland

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 0810848368

Page: 272

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This is the first book on enduring Hollywood star Eleanor Parker, long underrated despite three best actress Academy Award nominations (Caged, 1950; Detective Story, 1951; Interrupted Melody, 1955). Parker was a beauty as well as a versatile actress, and her achievements approach those of more publicized colleagues Bette Davis and Katharine Hepburn. With Parker's blessing and her son Paul Clemens' cooperation, Doug McClelland has written one of the most thorough examinations of a film star's career. The book is valuable to librarians, academies, and film enthusiasts for its extensive documentation and analyses of all of Parker's work, for the bibliographies of her coverage in books and periodicals, for the portrait of a glamorous, creative era in filmmaking, and for the insights into the careers of Eleanor Parker's associates, many among the most heavily researched motion picture artists of cinema's "Golden Age." The book contains a forward by noted screenwriter William Ludwig, who won an Academy Award for Parker's Interrupted Melody, and afterword by Marjorie Lawrence, the opera singer whom Parker portrayed in Interrupted Melody, and photos of Eleanor Parker that show her in many of her "thousand faces."

Giving Voice to the Hero Within

Joseph Campbell tells us that if you look closely at all cultures you find the story of "The Hero's Journey", the vehicle for my thesis project, a devised theatre piece titled A Thousand Faces: Everyday Heroes.

Giving Voice to the Hero Within

Author: Olisa-Mequella Fushama Enrico - Johnson

Publisher:

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Joseph Campbell tells us that if you look closely at all cultures you find the story of "The Hero's Journey", the vehicle for my thesis project, a devised theatre piece titled A Thousand Faces: Everyday Heroes. Though the subject of A Thousand Faces is the exploration of "The Hero's Journey" the foundation of the work is the application of the pedagogical principles of Ritual Poetic Drama Within the African Continuum (RPDWAC) as outlined in the practices of my mentor Dr. Tawnya Pettiford-Wates, Assistant Professor of Performance at Virginia Commonwealth University Theatre (VCU). I apply RPDWAC pedagogical principles to Archetypes for the Actor/Singer (AFAS), a training methodology developed by Frankie Armstrong and another of my mentors, Professor of Voice and Speech and Head of Performance at VCU Theatre, Janet B. Rodgers. This paper outlines the process and performance of a class that combined these methodologies.

A Thousand Faces

For the first time, you can put conjecture aside and read definitive proof about the roles Chaney had behind the scenes as well as in front of the camera.

A Thousand Faces

Author: Michael F. Blake

Publisher: Vestal Press

ISBN: 1461730767

Page: 398

View: 477

For the first time, you can put conjecture aside and read definitive proof about the roles Chaney had behind the scenes as well as in front of the camera.

Lon of 1000 Faces

The career of actor Lon Chaney Sr., the Man of 1000 faces, is featured in this chronological pictorial history featuring stunning characters in hundreds of pictures from his many films.

Lon of 1000 Faces

Author: Forrest J. Ackerman

Publisher: James a Rock

ISBN: 9780918736390

Page: 280

View: 476

The career of actor Lon Chaney Sr., the Man of 1000 faces, is featured in this chronological pictorial history featuring stunning characters in hundreds of pictures from his many films. A must for anyone interested in Chaney's films, special effects, makeup artistry, or the history of the Golden Era of Hollywood silent film making.

The Enemy with a Thousand Faces

The world — concerning the location of actors on the continuum — is never permanent; ... the United States obtains 82 The Enemy with a Thousand Faces.

The Enemy with a Thousand Faces

Author: Vilho Harle

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 9780275961411

Page: 218

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SCOTT (copy 1): From the John Holmes Library collection.

The City of a Thousand Faces

Over a period of several years, the actors who appeared in series one came back for more, and then more again. Rufus Wright is Gregor for us; Matthew Marsh, ...

The City of a Thousand Faces

Author: Walker Dryden

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1409187047

Page: 560

View: 630

'A complex, gorgeous and compelling tapestry of love, death, trust and betrayal' - Daily Mail A sweeping historical fantasy saga based on the hit podcast Tumanbay ****** 'Immersive, rich, compelling and populated with characters who come alive on the page, it will transport you to a different world. I loved it and didn't want it to end.' - Sarah Lotz, author of The Three 'Written with the finesse of a master-assassin's dagger... I could not put it down!' Christian Cameron ****** Tumanbay: the most magnificent city on earth. The beating heart of a vast empire. A city of dreams - where those who arrived as slaves now reside in the seat of power. But the wheel of fate is never still: from the gilded rooftops to the dark catacombs, there are secrets waiting to be uncovered. For Gregor, Master of the Palace Guard, the work of rooting out spies and traitors is never done. His brother, the great General Qulan, must quell a distant rebellion. Whilst Shajah, chief wife to the Sultan, is suspicious that her new maid Sarah is not who she claims to be. And a mysterious stranger arrives with a gift for the Sultan himself. A gift that will change Tumanbay forever... ****** 'The writing and imagery are flawless, taking you right into the heart of the story and characters. While I was reading, this was MY world, and you can't ask for more than that from a fantasy novel.' Reader review (five stars)

Every Writer Has a Thousand Faces

Before I get to that, I want to say a similar sort of prep work takes place in other artistic endeavors, too. e dancer does bar work, the actor ...

Every Writer Has a Thousand Faces

Author: David Biespiel

Publisher: David Biespiel

ISBN: 0982783809

Page: 111

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Literary Nonfiction. Poet David Biespiel cracks open the creative process and invites readers to take a fresh look at the mysterious pathways of the imagination. "Failure is the engine of creativity," writes Biespiel, as he candidly tracks his own developent as a writer and challenges traditional assumptions about writing that can stifle creativity. The liberating message: Working past the brink of failure--being free to try and discard and try again--is what allows the creative process to playfully flourish, keeping the spirit open to unexpected discoveries. Both beginning and experienced writers--as well as artists, musicians, dancers, and anyone else on a creative path, will benefit from this elegant, surprising, and fresh perspective based on methods developed exclusively at the Attic, the unique literary studio Biespiel founded in Portland, Oregon in 1999. EVERY WRITER HAS A THOUSAND FACES will revolutionize the way readers look at their own creative process. It is a rich and rewarding book, a captivating glimpse into the inner life of some gifted writers and painters--and above all, a guide to a lifetime of discovery.

Lon Chaney

If you care at all about silent pictures, about Chaney, about bravura acting and about film makeup, the book is invaluable and perhaps definitive. --San Diego Union Tribune Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.

Lon Chaney

Author: Michael Francis Blake

Publisher: Not Applicable

ISBN: 9781879511088

Page: 392

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If you care at all about silent pictures, about Chaney, about bravura acting and about film makeup, the book is invaluable and perhaps definitive. --San Diego Union Tribune

The Monster with a Thousand Faces

... in with full cast lists and superfluous details about the costumes worn by the actors . ... Summers research with a 28 The Monster With A Thousand Faces.

The Monster with a Thousand Faces

Author: Brian J. Frost

Publisher: Popular Press

ISBN: 9780879724597

Page: 152

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Brian Frost chronicles the history of the vampire in myth and literature, providing a sumptuous repast for all devotees of the bizarre. In a wide-ranging survey, including plot summaries of hundreds of novels and short stories, the reader meets an amazing assortment of vampires from the pages of weird fiction, ranging from the 10,000-year-old femme fatale in Robert E. Howard's Conan the Conqueror to the malevolent fetus in Eddy C. Bertin's “Something Small, Something Hungry.” Nostalgia buffs will enjoy a discussion of the vampire yarns in the pulp magazines of the interwar years, while fans of contemporary vampire fiction will also be sated.

The Films of Lon Chaney

In this most complete and detailed filmography of the work of Lon Chaney, Blake provides the cast lists, plot synopsis, critical comments, and the behind-the-scenes information for the actor's 158 known film appearances.

The Films of Lon Chaney

Author: Michael F. Blake

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781568332376

Page: 218

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In this most complete and detailed filmography of the work of Lon Chaney, Blake provides the cast lists, plot synopsis, critical comments, and the behind-the-scenes information for the actor's 158 known film appearances.

52 Faces of a Writer

What is a writer?

52 Faces of a Writer

Author: J. J. Turner

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781481290272

Page: 58

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What is a writer? The rocket scientist's answer is "A writer is someone who writes." Congretulations! You're right, but realistically a writer is much more than a one dimensional scribe pounding out words on a computer keyboard or pad or paper. A writer wears many hats or in theater terms, "A person with a thousand faces." Actor Lon Chaney was known as "the man of a thousand faces." A statement affirming the many roles he played as an actor. Writing is a synergistic process: i.e. all the small parts of writing contribute to the whole results of a finished book or articles. In thinking about the many faces (attributes) of a writer. I came up with 52. These faces represent all the attributes that contribute to the writer's skill and writing. They are the writer's DNA, My point is a writer is more than a writer of words. A writer or aspiring writer, you need to see yourself in light of these many faces (attributes). They will help you broaden your concept of the writing process and the dynamics at play during the process. As you read each face carefully, spend a few minutes thinking about how the attributes apply to you and your writing.

The Thousand Faces of the Virgin Mary

The mother and the “ brothers " of Jesus appear as actors in the story only to the extent that their presence throws light on some aspect of his personality ...

The Thousand Faces of the Virgin Mary

Author: George Henry Tavard

Publisher: Liturgical Press

ISBN: 9780814659144

Page: 275

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This book originated in courses on Mary in ecumenical perspective. The author discusses how Christian images of Mary in theology, piety, dogma, and even in visions acquire new dimensions from being images of the Mother of Jesus in Islam and the female imaging of the Absolute in some of the great religions of Asia. This both relativizes and enhances the Theotokos and her ties with the People of God.

The Actor s Survival Guide

Twenty years ago, an actor needed only a black and white headshot and a resume to launch a career. ... Imagine looking at a thousand faces a day?

The Actor s Survival Guide

Author: Jon S. Robbins

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 135003939X

Page: 264

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The Actor's Survival Guide: How to Make Your Way in Hollywood is a handbook and essential guide to the business of living and working as an actor in the Los Angeles area. Exploring the experience of relocating to L.A.; the casting process; and how to identify – and find work with – the key players in the film and television industry, the book offers a business-centered road map through the industry. It seeks to navigate the challenges and identify the pitfalls and wrong-turns that hinder too many promising careers and frustrate even the most dedicated of actors. In doing so, the book seeks to provide an extra-competitive edge of experience and know-how for those actors who have the skills and determination to persevere. This second edition features a number of new sections and topics including: Recent census data for the Los Angeles County Neighborhood Statistics Updates on casting diversity with the most recent SAG/AFTRA data Changes in contracts for film, television and stage, including information on AEA's new Hollywood Equity Waiver policy Details on new contracts for film, television and new media; ongoing contract negotiations for video game content; and the ramifications of the SAG/AFTRA merger The role of computer-generated images (CGI) and motion capture (MOCAP) Renewed emphasis on set safety, especially for stunt performers Audition workshops Recent prosecutions of casting directors for "Pay for Play" violations Emerging role of social media in an actor's marketing strategy Dos and don'ts of video self-taping of auditions Expanded glossary to include new media and performance capture vocabulary Written from the perspective of working actor and experienced career-guidance teacher Jon S. Robbins, this unique guide will help aspiring actors bridge the gap between training in drama schools and working in the epicentre of the film and television industries.

The Hero with a Thousand Faces

Just as an actor is always a man, whether he puts on the costume of his role or lays it aside, so is the perfect knower of the Imperishable always the ...

The Hero with a Thousand Faces

Author: Joseph Campbell

Publisher: Joseph Campbell Foundation

ISBN: 1611780322

Page: 430

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Explore the Hero's Journey in stories as old as humanity and as new as last night's dream The latest incarnation of Oedipus, the continued romance of Beauty and the Beast, stand this afternoon on the corner of 42nd Street and Fifth Avenue, waiting for the traffic light to change. — Joseph Campbell Since its release in 1949, The Hero with a Thousand Faceshas influenced millions of readers by combining the insights of modern psychology with Joseph Campbell’s revolutionary understanding of comparative mythology. In these pages, Campbell outlines the Hero’s Journey, a universal motif of adventure and transformation that runs through virtually all of the world’s mythic traditions. He also explores the Cosmogonic Cycle, the mythic pattern of world creation and destruction. As part of the Joseph Campbell Foundation’s Collected Works of Joseph Campbell, this third edition features expanded illustrations, a comprehensive bibliography, and more accessible sidebars. As relevant today as when it was first published, The Hero with a Thousand Faces continues to find new audiences in fields ranging from religion and anthropology to literature and film studies. The book has also profoundly influenced creative artists—including authors, songwriters, game designers, and filmmakers—and continues to inspire all those interested in the inherent human need to tell stories. Reviews: “I have returned to no other book more often since leaving college than this one, and every time I discover new insight into the human journey. Every generation will find in Hero wisdom for the ages.” — Bill Moyers “In the three decades since I discovered The Hero with a Thousand Faces, it has continued to fascinate and inspire me. Joseph Campbell peers through centuries and shows us that we are all connected by a basic need to hear stories and understand ourselves. As a book, it is wonderful to read; as illumination into the human condition, it is a revelation.” — George Lucas “Campbell’s words carry extraordinary weight, not only among scholars but among a wide range of other people who find his search down mythological pathways relevant to their lives today....The book for which he is most famous, The Hero with a Thousand Faces [is] a brilliant examination, through ancient hero myths, of man’s eternal struggle for identity.” — Time

The Actors

The epilogue for any myth involving the hero with a thousand faces is always brief. In legend, he returns home from his courageous wanderings and at last ...

The Actors

Author: Richard Schickel

Publisher: New Word City

ISBN: 161230995X

Page: 285

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Here, Time's legendary film critic Richard Schickel profiles seven extraordinary actors, reading between their well-spoken lines: Humphrey Bogart, Marlon Brando, James Cagney, Charlie Chaplin, Gary Cooper, Douglas Fairbanks Sr., and Sir Lawrence Olivier. All of their lives, Schickel writes, could be made into an epic film.

Kabuki Plays On Stage Volume 3

He was , we might say , an actor with a thousand faces , able to transform himself instantly into a character who was male or female , young or old .

Kabuki Plays On Stage  Volume 3

Author: James R. Brandon

Publisher: University of Hawaii Press

ISBN: 9780824824556

Page: 414

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Darkness and Desire, 1804-1864, is the third volume in a monumental new series-the first collection of kabuki play translations to be published in nearly a quarter of a century. Fifty-one plays, published in four volumes, vividly trace kabuki's changing relations to Japanese society during the premodern era. The fourteen plays translated in Volume 3, Darkness and Desire, 1804-1864, mark an extreme point in the development of kabuki dramaturgy. The plays are remarkable, even within kabuki, for their intense theatricality, gutsy individualism of character, cold-blooded and ferocious violence, realism pushed into fantasy and grotesquery, novelty for its own sake, sexual aggressiveness, and assertion of female will. The plays depict a society in extremis, the end of an era, a time often marked by unmitigated darkness and desire.