«Illustrated subtext» in the interpretation of K. Stanislavsky and his school followers Cover Image

«Ілюстрований підтекст» у тлумаченні К. Станіславського та послідовників його школи
«Illustrated subtext» in the interpretation of K. Stanislavsky and his school followers

Author(s): Ivan Soroka
Subject(s): Theatre, Dance, Performing Arts, Education
Published by: Національна академія керівних кадрів культури і мистецтв
Keywords: «illustrated subtext»; K. Stanislavsky; vision text; inner monologue; «filmstrip visions»; intonation;

Summary/Abstract: The article traces the disclosure content of the К. Stanislavsky’s concept «illustrated subtext» in understanding G. Christie in the textbook «Parenting actor Stanislavsky school». It defines the concept and explores its interpretation as a sum of visions and attitudes toward them in conformity with the most important task. Conclusions about the legitimacy of the existence and use of the term in contemporary theater pedagogy are made. G. Christie follower K. Stanislavskoho, outlined his thoughts in the manual "Educating actor Stanislavsky school." He, like K. Stanislavsky understood only as subtext "illustrated subtext" - the amount visions and attitudes to them in accordance with the most important task. It should be noted here that, saying only an illustrative implication, the author points out another contradiction between the cases illustrated subtext and text. On the legality of the existence of the concept of "illustrated subtext" and relevance to the application of imaginative vision of the Word of the term "subtext" referred to in the study. The actor is served by implication, even when silent. However, in the silence you can hear, imagine, analyze, perceive, but does not talk, express their views and attitudes to vote. Thus, the implication G. Christie says imaginative vision partner pronunciations of words. That actor sees or imagines mind's eye what it says partner. In theatrical practice this inner life roles (internal imagery and emotional vision, understanding and attitudes), which justifies and animates pronunciation of text, called overtones (often even illustrated). It turns out the technology, initially subtext-vision (vision arising from the text, the text vision, a vision on the text), and, as a result of this "pidtekstobachennya" - justified spoken words. Emotional, bright, nafantazovane or imagined pidtekstobachennya (illustrated subtext) eventually gets bright, rich sound emotionally illustration expression, pronunciation - intonation. Speaking of subtext, the authors mean solely preparatory first stage - the accumulation of understandings, visions, attitudes to what is spoken. This "zatekstovyy baggage" ideas, visions and attitudes nafantazovanyh them theorists call "illustrated subtext." I never talk about the emotional overtones as sound expression of luggage on the second stage - display, sound. To silence was action should organize it well. For this purpose, Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko particularly widely used technique of creating the so-called "internal monologue", which silently speaks actor in her theatrical moments of silence, evaluating, accepting or rejecting arguments partner, as opposed to imaginative vision - his own. During rehearsals inner monologue may be pronounced aloud, like replica "a school". The actor often prone to fire a weapon just ideas and visions without first properly identifying the very purpose of the shooting. Shooting with imagined visions - shooting blanks. The purpose of fire can not be just a waste of ammunition visual images and visions - it is important for what they spent, what results are expected. The result can only be a goal (most important task) Say, subtext (content pronunciation) cross-cutting action. The subtext - intonation and sound expression of through immediate action. The need to speak their thoughts aloud entails specification logic behavior and specification of internal visions. But we must warn against common mistakes when using the technique of internal monologue. You say it aloud or to himself, the actor does not have to break away from a partner, go to their vision. Based on the vision offered him a partner, he evaluates and complements them according to their logic. Because inner monologue is not something independently, but only a reaction to the spoken words, colored by any subtext. K. Stanislavsky and followers of his doctrine is interpreted as the subtext zatekstove vision of inner attitude, calling him more "illustrated". "Illustrated subtext" - zatekstove vision imaginary picture of the inner attitude to them, not a sound expression of these visions. "Illustrated subtext" K. Stanislavsky has no relation to the standard interpretation of the term "subtext" in modern theatrical pedagogy. We consider it inappropriate to: 1) creative vision of content words called "overtones"; 2) the existence and use of the concept "illustrated subtext" in modern theatrical pedagogy

  • Issue Year: 2015
  • Issue No: 34
  • Page Range: 347-352
  • Page Count: 6
  • Language: Ukrainian