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191 notes- 02/03 Method actors- marlon brando, Montgomery cliff, Daniel-day lewis Rebel without a cause—interior anguish the women are the cause for many of the problems Authentic actors that have a psychological inner anguish seem more real television picked up on this style of acting Television has always suffered from an inferiority complex since it started in New York, it was in the shadow of Broadway TV even worked this into its stories, for example, Entourage Role of theater vs. role of television as part of a compelling narrative was one way for TV to break out from theater’s shadow In the past 10 years TV has gone back to its roots in shows like the Sopranos and Mad Men Some forms of TV are seen as contrived while others are seen as genuine Burns’ style vaudeville (George Burns and Gracie Allen show) Legacy of vaudeville is still visible in performances today emotional immediacy (emotions that are right on the surface) is similar to the acting
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2010 for the course CTCS 18000 taught by Professor Casper during the Fall '09 term at USC.

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