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Study on Narrators in the Realism Plays -Our Town and A View from the Bridge (사실주의 연극의 Narrator 연구 - Our Town과 A View from the Bridge의 경우)

  • Oh, Soonmo
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.15 no.4
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    • pp.395-403
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    • 2017
  • Narrators used to take an important role in the theatre of ancient Greece. They gave the audience an important information, explained the situations and conflicts between characters by talking to the audience directly. But in the realism play in the 20th century, which is represented as the 'fourth wall,' anything that can interrupt commitments of the audience such as a narrator, was excluded. However the two representative playwright in the 20th century, Thorton Wilder and Arthur Miller took narrators in their plays, Our Town and A View form the Bridge. This study shows why they adopted narrators in their play, which was unusual at that time and how this form of narrator affects to the meaning of the plays.

Realistic Acting Expressed in Anton Chekhov's Plays -Focus on Three Sisters- (안톤 체홉 희곡에 표현된 사실주의 연기 -세자매를 중심으로-)

  • Park, Hoyoung
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.13 no.1
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    • pp.137-146
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    • 2013
  • Anton Chekhov was able to deliver a significant influence to the 20th realist drama types and styles, because his deep thoughts about diverse aspects of human life were realistically expressed on stages. Western realistic actors endeavored to embody their routines based on their words, behaviors, and habits. Chekhov used his outstanding talent to identify the characteristics of people, created unforgettable drama characters, and focused on their behavioral motives. From his philosophical point of view, Chekhov argued that secrets are hidden in life itself, and that everything, shown on the stage, should be as it is in our actual daily life. The realistic acting, recognizing the difference between the daily truth and the truth mentioned in works, pursued acting styles by which audiences regarded play characters as the real people.

Studies on a theatre aesthetics of North-Korea during right after the Liberation. (해방기 북한연극의 공연미학)

  • Kim, Jeong-Soo
    • (The) Research of the performance art and culture
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    • no.20
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    • pp.31-61
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    • 2010
  • This thesis proposes to explore the theatre aesthetics of North-Korea during after the Liberation. From now South-Korean theorists have provided the theatre aesthetics of North-Korea to South-Korea, so we can say that it lacks of an equity. For example, South-theorists have said that North-Korean theatre only emphasized politics and propaganda, they have had not any aesthetics in performance. So this study focused on North-Korean critics and records for fairness and as a result something new is founded. The best theatres in North-Korea were some works which contains natural and proper lines to character, well-expressed inner desires of characters, realistic acting and stage design, and realistic life of working class. Of course they should reflect communist ideology and policy, but more important is that it did not mean everything in North-Korea. So we can say that it is fact that North-Korea should reflect their policy, which does not mean lack of aesthetics of performance. North-Korea had an obvious point of view for theatre, and they made an effort to realistic lines, movements and stage. During right after the Liberation, North Korea sought to find an answer for 'realization of true life', and sought to eliminate Japanese acting style in theatre. Concluded theatre aesthetics of North-Korea during right after the Liberation is realistic acting and directing style.

A Study on Digital Film Acting - Focus on Pratical Use of Stanislavsky's Circle of Attention (디지털영상연기방법 고찰 - 스타니슬랍스키의 주의집중의 범위를 중심으로)

  • Yoo, Dong-Hyuk
    • Journal of the Korea Institute of Information and Communication Engineering
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    • v.18 no.3
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    • pp.749-753
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    • 2014
  • The purpose of this study analyzes the basic elements of film acting based on Stanislavsky Circles of Attention. This research also demonstrates the basic elements on how to become a good film actor. I attempt to interpret Stanislavsky Circles of Attention, in order to adapt the size of camera shots and the location of microphones. This Circles of Attention is an effective method utilized for actors to help them understand and be absorbed in the work of art both in film and stage. It is useful for building a character in realism drama as well as in film. I believe Stanislavsky Circles of Attention is certainly the most advanced acting style in film because it proposes the importance of physical action for actors.

A Study on Expressionism, Realism, and Dramatic Entertainment of Dream Girl (Dream Girl에 나타난 표현주의, 사실주의, 연극적 오락성의 연구)

  • Son, Kyong-Jun
    • English Language & Literature Teaching
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    • no.1
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    • pp.189-211
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    • 1995
  • Dream Girl. which was written to entertain. reflects his concern of psychoanalysis. The play does indeed glow with the happiness surrounding its creation and it is a theatrically astute. deftly crafted comedy. If it has a thesis, it is that one should live one's life and not dream away. Some critics say that Dream Girl is the merriest and the other critics bewail the lack of message. But this play does amuse many people and is a nice fusion of realism, expressionism, and entertainment.

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Studies of the Non-Realistic Acting in Absurd Drama 'Fando et Lis' (부조리극 환도와 리스에 나타난 비사실주의 연기에 관한 연구)

  • Park, Kun-Soo
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.14 no.4
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    • pp.78-85
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    • 2014
  • Europeans experienced the horror and cruelty of war through the first and second World Wars. They began to raise fundamental questions and doubt about the preexisting World Order of God and humans leading to the birth of Existentialism. The Theater of the Absurd is one of the genres in theater resulting from the existentialist theories. The Theater of the Absurd has a format opposed to the traditional Realist Theater and emphasize the absurdity of human and society's existence. In particular, Fernando Arrabal who is a French Absurdist playwright, expressed the absurd human conditions using his unique forms and contents and his work 'Fando et Lis' depicts the absurdity of the adult world through the eyes of a child. Many unrealistic elements typical and inherent in the Absurdist plays are present in his work. Especially, the actors were required to apply not only the realistic acting approach but also to study and analyze characteristics of all Absurdist plays and internalize them based on the creative foundation of recreation. Then, they were asked to examine the characters' personality, emotions, and actions and think hard about creating an unrealistic action of voice and movements. This creative process by actors is a must in developing the reliable and trustworthy Absurdist acting.

A Study on Relation between Indexicality of Digital Cinema and Evolution of Cinematic Language (디지털 시네마의 지표성과 영화언어의 진화와의 관계에 관한 연구)

  • Jeong, Minah
    • Journal of the Korea Convergence Society
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    • v.9 no.7
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    • pp.185-191
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    • 2018
  • The digital technologies brought a structural transformation to cinema, have lead a change in the way of existence of an assembly of images called cinema, and have shared expression methods with new-media. To look into how in terms of cinema style of the film era and the digital era are different, this article will focus on the matter of 'indexicality.' From the point of view of perceptive realism the discourses on digital image deconstruct the dichotomy between illusionism and classical realism. Therefore the actuality of an image does not depend on only indexicality but has much to do with how the viewers fundamentally perceive the image. In this age of digital cinema it does not matter to distinct a composite-image from a reality-image. This article inquires the relation of indexicality, the world and digital images in digital cinema on the level of reception, and reconsider in terms of image production.

A Study On The Iranian Woman Film Director: Samira Makhmalbaf - Centering on (1998), (2000), (2003) (메타포(metaphor)에 틈입한 리얼리티(reality): 이란 여성감독 사미라 마흐말바프(Samira Makhmalbaf) 연구 - <사과(The Apple)>(1998), <칠판(Blackboards)>(2000), <오후 5시(At Five in the Afternoon)>(2003)를 중심으로)

  • Kang, Nae-Young
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.20 no.3
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    • pp.275-285
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    • 2020
  • The purpose of this study is to explore the Iranian Woman Film Director Samira Makhmalbaf and her cinema world. Samira represents Iranian Islamic social problem base on her woman identity, and She is a symbolic director who is working Iranian new wave at the 21th. She has directed five movies as (1998), (2000), (2002), (2003), (2008). For this study, explore traits of esthetics, subject and context meaning by analyzing representative three movies. Lastly examines significance of his movies in Iranian film history. In terms of esthetics, she tends to combinate between metaphor and reality, And, In thematic consciousness, consistently describes Islamic women's lives and liberty, anti-war and peace, sympathy for the under-privileged, etc. She inherits the tradition of Iranian third wave 'Children Cinema', and simultaneously tries to overcome Iranian art film tradition. Director Samira Makhmalbaf is a symbol of progress and change in Iranian film history, and is opening the new future of Iranian film.

Creation of Operatic Narrative - Comparative Study of Murger's Novel 『la vie de bohème』 and Puccini's Opera <la bohème> (뮈르제 소설 <보헤미안의 생활 정경>과 푸치니 오페라 <라보엠>의 비교를 통한 오페라 담론의 창작 원리 연구)

  • Kim, Hak-Min;Kim, Jung-Ho
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.13 no.9
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    • pp.72-80
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    • 2013
  • A common fallacy found at opera works is to lean either toward 'opera as drama' or toward 'opera as music'. One of the historical examples of opera creation to overcome this fallacy is Puccini's $\grave{e}$me>. The composer Puccini and the librettists, Illica and Giacossa, found balance between these two extreme poles, which was made possible by keeping the color of the original novel "scenes de la vie de boh$\grave{e}$me" and simultaneously by reconstructing the most operatic characters and story. Their strategies, which can be summerized as 'simplification', 'romanticization and re-creation of characters', and 'realistic description of original atmosphere'. There strategy of adaptation and the 'episodic' feature as the outcome can be a good example for creators of new opera works.

A Study on Directionality in Modern Utilization of 『Natya sastra』 -Focused on Facial Expression Acting Techniques- (『나띠야 샤스뜨라』의 현대적 활용에 대한 방향성 고찰 -표정연기술을 중심으로-)

  • Ahn, Jae-Beom
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.17 no.12
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    • pp.408-416
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    • 2017
  • This researcher looked at the characteristics of "$N\bar{a}tya$ $\acute{s}\bar{a}stra$" acting techniques focused on body expressions and sought to utilize it as training method for modern actors. 'Body postponement as a symbol' is a key characteristic of "$N\bar{a}tya$ $\acute{s}\bar{a}stra$" acting techniques, and each facial expression, gesture, and movement performed by an actor has a specific meaning. Therefore, the study on "$N\bar{a}tya$ $\acute{s}\bar{a}stra$" has been treated as a major study mainly in the non-realistic expression style or the body-centered acting theory. Therefore, a study on "$N\bar{a}tya$ $\acute{s}\bar{a}stra$" acting techniques was mainly dealt with as a major research subject in the nonrealistic expression style or body-centered acting theory. This study, on the other hand, emphasized the importance of research on the utilization plan of actor training, which can be usually used in realistic plays as well as non-realistic plays. According to psychologists such as Damasio and Eckman, internal impulses can also be triggered through expressions and actions associated with emotions. In addition, not only acting through the actor's inner impulse, but also expression of the actor's faithful external emotion can trigger the emotion of the audience. Such a case can be a psychological basis that "$N\bar{a}tya$ $\acute{s}\bar{a}stra$" acting techniques, which defines rasa and expresses it physically, can be used as a methodology to enhance inner truth. Therefore, the study on the actor training utilizing ing "$N\bar{a}tya$ $\acute{s}\bar{a}stra$" can be applied as an effective approach in the study of contemporary acting theory which intends to integrate inner impulse and external expression.