The Rasaboxes Sourcebook: Theory, Performer Training, and Practice

The Rasaboxes Sourcebook Theory Performer Training and Practice The Rasaboxes Sourcebook is the first full length volume dedicated to the history theory practice and application of a suite of increasingly popular performer training exercises known as rasaboxes

  • Title: The Rasaboxes Sourcebook: Theory, Performer Training, and Practice
  • Author: Rachel Bowditch
  • ISBN: 9781138680012
  • Page: 288
  • Format: Hardcover
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    The Rasaboxes Sourcebook is the first full length volume dedicated to the history, theory, practice, and application of a suite of increasingly popular performer training exercises known as rasaboxes Rasaboxes is an interdisciplinary approach originally devised by Richard Schechner for training emotional awareness and expressivity through the use of breath, body, voicThe Rasaboxes Sourcebook is the first full length volume dedicated to the history, theory, practice, and application of a suite of increasingly popular performer training exercises known as rasaboxes Rasaboxes is an interdisciplinary approach originally devised by Richard Schechner for training emotional awareness and expressivity through the use of breath, body, voice, gesture, movement, and sensation It brings together scientific research on emotion in neurobiology and neuroscience contemporary performance studies the theory of rasa from the Indian performance treatise, The Natyasastraother related performer training theories and practices The Rasaboxes Sourcebook includes a new introduction by Schechner as well as his original essay on Rasaesthetics , and usefully combines both practical how to guidance and full and detailed contextualisation.

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