Tag: Acting Technique – Marie Cooper

Acting using Affective Memory

Film camera depicting film and movie testimonials for actor Marie Cooper
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Drawing on Emotion for Acting

I find film far more challenging than theatre and today was particularly difficult as we were filming a funeral scene for the short film Duelo. I was playing Clemence, the mother to Stephen and Tristan. To authentically feel genuine loss of a person close to Clemence character, I felt that I needed to draw on a particular memory. 

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Acting as if there is Someone Waiting

Marie Cooperperforms as Hilda
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Someone Waiting by Emlyn Williams

We have just started rehearsals for ‘Someone Waiting’ by Emlyn Williams with the Great Hall Theatre Company in Norwich. I had a great first rehearsal on Monday. I always love the first one. It’s like Christmas. Meeting a whole new group of people, all coming together with a shared goal and a real passion to create something special. Continue reading “Acting as if there is Someone Waiting”

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