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This book, from Europe’s leading Mask director and co-founder of the Trestle Theatre Company, provides a fascinating demystification of the process of using masks. Full of simple explanations, and collating over twenty-five years’ experience of writing for, directing and acting in masks, The Mask Handbook examines how masks have the ability to play the fundamental game of theatre – the suspension of disbelief. The Handbook includes: an introduction to the origin of masks advice on preparing, making and using masks tips on writing, devising and directing maskwork lots of fun and effective practical exercises. This accessible and inspiring handbook will empower teachers, directors and actors to fully explore the world of the mask.
The Monster Makers Mask Makers Handbook teaches you, step by step, how to make your very own custom, Latex Rubber Halloween Monster Masks. If you've ever wanted to learn exactly how these amazing, hollywood style masks are made, this in-depth manual is for you. The Monster Makers Mask Makers Handbook takes you from start to finish, through design, sculpture, molding, casting, and painting of a Super-Deluxe Latex Rubber Halloween Mask. Includes tons of tips and valuable information about materials and techniques gathered from years of experience. A unique and fantastic resource! The Monster Makers Mask Makers Handbook is the only how-to book devoted to the subject of making latex rubber, Halloween masks. Available exclusively from Amazon and The Monster Makers. Fully illustrated with over 150 Black and white and 25 color photos.
As stage and screen artists explore new means to enhance their craft, a new wave of interest in expressive movement and physical improvisation has developed. In Bringing the Body to the Stage and Screen, Annette Lust provides these artists with a program of physical and related expressive exercises that can empower their art with more creativity. In her book, Lust offers a general introduction to movement, how to conduct a class or learn on one's own, learning programs that cover the use of basic physical and expressive exercises for the entire body, original solo and group pantomimes, improvisational exercises, examples of plays, fiction, poetry, and songs that may be interpreted with movement, a list of training centers in America and Europe, and an extensive bibliography and videography. In addition, Lust includes fifteen interviews and essays by prominent stage and screen actors, mimes, clowns, dancers, and puppeteers who describe the importance of movement in their art, and dozens of photos of renowned world companies and artists.
Profiling 30 mask makers from around the world, this book explores the motivations and challenges of contemporary artists working to bring the traditional methods and conventions of mask making to an evolving global theatre. There are 181 photographs—including two sections of color plates—which illustrate how the mythic iconography of masks is used in the modern fields of dance, mime, theatre and storytelling. Topics include the ways in which mask artists and performers maintain a sense of universality despite varying local customs; the legacies of Italian mask makers Amleto and Donato Sartori and of the California–based Dell’Arte International School of Physical Theatre; and the ways in which traditional approaches in mask artistry continue to influence commercial mask performance ventures in film, on Broadway, and in touring companies.
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