theatre of the oppressed Glossary three

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Glossary three Jennifer Clift 1. Antiestablishment voice- the promise that more than one voice would matter, and that the while male wouldn’t be the only one to hold the chair. It was made by the people for the people. 2. Palpable- so intense- almost felt physically. Palpable pull- such a strong pull that it almost feels physical rather than mental. 3. Urgency- one of the top ten words in an actors vocabulary. The idea that actors, when performing, desperately want to convey their message. They aren’t indifferent about the topic, and they are in a hurry to get it out. 4. Acting is a search for the authentic- Acting isn’t fake- it’s a true message being put out. It’s a search for original pieces and original ideas that express a very true, strongly felt idea- though it may use fiction “as a frame” to convey the message. 5. “We’re more and more into communications, and less and less into communication. ”- -Stud Terkel. – Humans are in a “communications revolution.” People are so focused on their work and less focused on their
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