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but the mood, the penetrating reality; something
exciting, intoxicating, seductive, tangy work of art and
enveloping the consciousness of the magical mist. The actor even more than others
the servants of art, it is the ability to infect, worry,
enchant. Between work poetry and the public actor is set,
a magician, as a magician, as a medium. It must first merge with a poetic
fiction, to to their experience, their excitement, their ecstasy to convince
the audience force her to accept the illusion and revel in it" (Kugel A. R.
Theatrical portraits. -- PG.-M., 1923. P. 25-26).
So we have a new semiotic hypothesis, leading to
the equivalence of the actor and channel of communication, where should the next
step semiotic nature of the actor. Semioticist lies in the fact
how does the actor. "Acting talent is not so much the gift
reincarnation, which is not always the case, as in the ability to give
artistic pattern. If you are familiar with the artists-illustrators, the
probably drew attention to the fact that an artist rises head and
the figures resemble one another, but by themselves wonderful, breathe art and
imbued with a unique sense of style" (Ibid.P. 129).
A. Kugel traces certain laws of symmetry in
communication, labeling them as the beat. "What is tact? It's instinctive --
a sense of balance. Tact does not mean that person is always helpful
soglashatel, etc. -- Tact is rudeness where rudeness is most appropriate;
tenderness when it's needed; posture, when it is needed. This -- acting in
higher, i.e. the everyday sense of the word" (A. R. Kugel Profiles theatre. --
M., 1929. P.174).
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