Who am I, is the first question you ask yourself: give this guy an
|to play. (W.C. Fields:
Every character must have an
|find a relationship.
|(find another attitude)
from new information.
|for your mask:
(he is the nicest person, he smiles a lot.) that's the attitude.
|(she is sensitive, not
each character; (she the man and him the woman). That's the basic joke.
|(I'll put up with this
shit, but I'm out of here.)
attitude, then you'd
matter of attitude that will control audience. Inducing a planned response into audience.
attitude, after awhile
we accept the norm.
|can control audience. You're the performer a "lecturer", you have to
|makes it work and they have
to be opposites.
|of two men to each other.
|without an emotion will never work. You must vibrate inside.
How to make that individual self?
Your personal characters attitude toward
- Acting attitude can control audience.
You are the performer, a
"lecturer", you have to control the audience.
- Attitude, that is what
people are all about. Attitude, difference of attitude and that is what you have to find out about your character. What are his or her attitude?
(You didn't have an attitude, what you had was only
that you wanted it to stop. But who are you?
- Attitude without an emotion
will never work. You must vibrate inside.
- Audience has to identify with
him. What is her attitude toward him? To increase his
difficulty, she has to look at him: (come on be real).
- Find another attitude
from new information.
- How to make that individual self. (And in this
case, we have to know, who you are on this ship in relation to this
captain. What it is like to be in your position, where you have rank, but
you don't have the acceptance of all these guys. Your
personal characters attitude toward these people, toward the
captain is what makes it different). Is what makes it special.
- Let's find the attitudes
that go on between the people. And who you are?
- Look on forms of vases. Greek. Full of symbolism down to
sculptures, paintings, from life, not street gestures. Each one has an attitude, figures, essence of the human figure, not a
picture in bronze.
- Solve with attitude that
- What are their attitudes.
How they react to each other.
- What ever is going on in the mind of character the actor is up
there in a state of mischief. Don't change that attitude.
- What makes it funny: What
attitude it has to be thought through: actor state of
- Basic joke: What audience can associate with?: what
are their attitudes. How they react to each other.
"In the end, it
can't look like acting."