This paper considers specific techniques that actors apply in performing simultaneously to camera and to co-present (theatrical) spectators. The sorts of work (technique, skill) required of actors by medium-specific formats such as dramatic theatre, television series or film narratives are broadly familiar. There is far less certainty concerning techniques appropriate to hybrid (actual/virtual, 2D/3D, co-present/distributed) […]
À propos de Andy Lavender
Andy Lavender is Professor of Theatre & Performance and Head of the School of Arts at the University of Surrey, UK. He is co-editor of Making Contemporary Theatre: International Rehearsal Processes (Manchester University Press, 2010) and Mapping Intermediality in Performance (Amsterdam University Press, 2010), associate editor for Theatre, Dance and Performance Training and a member of the editorial board of International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media. Recent writing includes articles for Contemporary Theatre Review, Studies in Theatre & Performance and Theatre Journal, and a monograph entitled Performance after Postmodernism: Theatres of Engagement (Routledge, forthcoming). Andy is the artistic director of the theatre/performance company Lightwork, for whom he has directed a number of multimedia productions.