Dialogical Acting Training 2

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Code Completion Credits Range Language Instruction Semester
202EDI2 Z 2 2T English winter

Subject guarantor

Name of lecturer(s)

Eva SLAVÍKOVÁ, Václav TROJAN, Pavel ZAJÍČEK

Learning outcomes of the course unit

Dialogical Acting with the Inner Partner is a physical-mental discipline whose creator is Prof. Ivan Vyskočil.

Largely this can be:

Mode of study

Individual attempts in groups.

Prerequisites and co-requisites

Creativity, analysis and crictical skills.

Only for advanced students, as a possibility of a supplementary seminar to the standard seminar of dialogical negotiations.

Course contents

A mental-physical discipline created by Prof. Ivan Vyskočil. The foundation is experience and trials in behaviour (speaking, acting) with oneself (with and internal partner), in principle, alone - self-dialogue. To learn authentic, spontaneous, acting and interplay behaviour (behaviour and experience) and produce publically in situations of „public aloneness“ (Stanislavsky), with the presence and attention of „the audience“. In situations when - that is if - friends, observers are not there and the exclusion of visual and tactile contact.

Recommended or required reading

Čunderle, Michal and Komlosi, Alexander: Ivan Vyskočil: A Life Commitment to the Alternative, in Slavic and East European performance, Volume 31, No1. Spring 11, p. 63–73.

Čunderle, Michal, Komlosi, Alexander and Zich, Jan: Ivan Vyskočil – A portrait. Internal material of the department, 2010.

Hořínek, Zdeněk: The Non-theatre of Ivan Vyskočil, Czech + Slovak theatre, November 1997, No. 6, p. 5–11.

Vyskočil, Ivan and company: (Inter)acting with the inner partner. (Edited by Michal Čunderle and Alex Komlosi), translated by Alexander Komlosi. Praha: Brkola 2011.

The Landscape of a Life – film by Pavel Kolaja – a portrait of Professor Ivan Vyskočil, 2009.

Assessment methods and criteria

Credit is awarded primarily based on one's experience in the classes of dialogue negotiations. A condition for successfull completion of the course is two written reviews per semester. As well, an acquaintance with the recommended literature is required.

Note

This course may be either in Czech or English.

Schedule for winter semester 2021/2022:

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Schedule for summer semester 2021/2022:

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The subject is a part of the following study plans