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Performance notes Good performance: Casting ? Was the right actor / actress chosen for the role? Physicality ? Is the physical movement, posture, and manner of the actor in tune with your understanding of the character? Presence ? Does the character have on screen charisma? Emotional impact ? Did you feel the emotions the character felt? Performance styles Impersonation ? Focus on realistic portrayals of character. Impersonators are able to leave their own identity behind and transform themselves completely into the character they are playing, sometimes becoming almost unrecognizable in the process. Personality ? Personality actors rely entirely on their own identity rather then becoming a character. Many major stars fall into this category, having a basic charisma that appeals to a wide audience and that can drive a film. Interpretative - Falls in between the other two styles. The identity and personality of the actor are on display, but not fully as they seek to take on some of the traits and qualities of the character. In this style, both
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2012 for the course MUS 107 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Moraine Valley Community College.

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