VCE Drama: Performance Skills
Terms in this set (4)
The ability of the actor to commit to their performance and the ability to sustain character through the use of concentration. It can also be used to create an implied character or setting through manipulating the audience's attention towards a specific place. This can also help to create an actor/audience relationship.
Used to control or regulate the pace of the performance. It can be manipulated in drama to build tension, evoke feeling, coordinate effective synchronisation within a performance and develop the comic potential of a scene.
The intensity and actor brings to a performance. At different times in a performance an actor might use different levels of this to create different dynamics.
The way an actor deliberately manipulates emotions, moods and responses to the action by those watching. This can be done through the placement of the performer, the way the actor addresses them, and the emotional response they have to the character's situation. This can only exist when someone is watching the performance.
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