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Unformatted text preview: Matt Deis Jewel Walker THEA 226-12 5 December 2011 The Opposite of Emptiness in “Noises Off” Dramatic and personalized performance has become an integral part of mainstream film production in the last fifteen to twenty years. Off screen relationships, tabloid coverage of performer’s personal lives and the ever increasingly accessible portals offered through the internet in which actors and actresses can share their personal thoughts and daily activities with the public at large have all had noticeable effects on the public’s perception of theatre performance in general. Although the differences between film and live theatre performance have a large influence on the way performers portray their characters within certain scenes, the importance of these differences are often times absent within the minds of the majority of audience members. Regardless of these influences, many actors and actresses train for roles through a process called “method acting” in which performers attempt to completely embody the...
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2011 for the course THEA 226 taught by Professor Fundamentalsofacting during the Fall '11 term at University of Delaware.
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