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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Affective_memory

Affective memory was an early element of Stanislavski's 'system' and a central part of method acting. Affective memory requires actors to call on the memory of details from a similar situation and import those feelings to those of their characters. Stanislavski believed actors needed to take emotion and personality to the stage ...

www.acting-art-of-memory.de

Gegen die SSehstörungen in Salzburg bei den jährlichen Aufmarsch der SS- Kameradschaft IV, am 1. November auf dem Salzburger Kommunalfriedhof. Und gegen die Verharmlosung der Verbrechen der SS und die Verehrung als Kriegshelden, von Wolfram P. Kastner.

www.briantimoneyacting.co.uk/develop-sense-memory

Aug 8, 2016 ... Sense memory is part of affective memory, which in itself is one the most important techniques in a method actor's toolbox. Affective memory is the art of manipulating your own experiences to create a truthful emotional performance of a character. Sense memory is how you discover the particulars of that ...

blogs.plos.org/neurotribes/2010/11/18/the-actors-memory-an-interview-with-ken-baumann

Nov 18, 2010 ... Acting, as an old saying goes, is the art of living truthfully in imaginary circumstances. For TV actors like Ken Baumann — the prodigious 21-year-old actor/writer who plays the gangly, heartbreakingly earnest teen heartthrob Ben Boykewich on the ABC Family channel hit series The Secret Life of the ...

artofmemory.com/clubs

California Central Valley/Fresno Memory Club · Chicago Memory Techniques Group/Club · Dansk Hukommelsesselskab · Dublin Memory Group · Esperanto Learners · Grand Masters of Memory · Greece Memory Club · Groupe français " Art of Mémory" · Honolulu, Hawaii Memory ... Memory Techniques for Actors and Acting.

d-scholarship.pitt.edu/16480/1/D_Malcolm.pdf

Nov 5, 2012 ... This relationship between the actor's art and the actor's memory is my subject matter. In the following chapters I will examine the variety of ways in which the actor's memory has been explored and cultivated by various actor training techniques developed in the United States during the twentieth century. The.

etd.ohiolink.edu/rws_etd/document/get/bgsu1277066557/inline

science and art. The evaluative theme of “authentic” or “natural” or the “ verisimilitude” of emotion in actors' performance appears throughout theater history, certainly beginning with the scientific gaze of the Greeks. The ancient Greeks are credited with emergence of medicinal arts and the memory arts. The memory arts were ...

www.princeton.edu/news/2006/12/01/meryl-streep-talks-about-mysterious-art-acting

Dec 1, 2006 ... The program was created in memory of Chauncey Belknap of the class of 1912, and the event was presented by Princeton's Council of the Humanities. The subject of Streep's speech was the art of acting, though she told the audience of 450 students, faculty and others in McCosh 50 that acting is “an art ...

www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2014/03/how-actors-create-emotions-a-problematic-psychology/284291

Mar 10, 2014 ... she counters, to which Dom replies, “Building a dream from your memory is the easiest way to lose grasp on what's real and what is a dream.” Similarly, actors ... “Beginning way back with their interpretation of Stanislavsky, Americans have had a tremendous influence on the art of acting, internationally.