Nick Hern Books, 2007 - 274 Seiten
Drawing on a lifetime’s experience of playing Shakespearean roles, Oliver Ford Davies offers practical advice to actors, directors, and drama students on a wide variety of scenes, characters, speeches, and individual lines from almost every one of the plays. An authoritative, hands-on guide through the practical challenges involved in performing Shakespeare.
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5 Just as Shakespeare indicates where he wants a line to be taken up on cue , so
he writes in PAUSES . We can take a pause at the end of a line if the sense and
the emotion justify it . Pausing to search for a word or phrase is a commonplace ...
Macbeth ' s ' Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow ' works well as a complete
statement , but taking slight pauses after the first two ' tomorrows ' seem to me
equally valid . A pause is clearly indicated when Shakespeare leaves a verse
The great pianist Artur Schnabel said , ' I play the notes as well as anyone else –
but it ' s my pauses that count . ' Shakespeare was a master of the PAUSE , the
silence , the still moment , all of which draw the audience ' s energy towards the ...
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