There were experts on the role of Tsar Fyodor, Gannele. Theatrical ethics legalized this division on the line. For example, it is considered unfriendly to take on the role of someone else's role.Except for touring, for which no law was not written, except for certain actors, arrogate to itself the role of good roles, all the other figures of the scene set in the narrow framework defined and limited their role. That's why thespians are doomed for life to wrap up in costume cape, to suffer and die on stage.Innocents destined wonder of the confusion into which it puts the author ingInue shall lifetime naivnichat, jump, clap hands and cute babbling and the poor komikibuff Download
and to amuse his ugliness.Is it possible under the existing conditions do not require diversity and natural that always resemble each other the role played once and for all established methods?Well wonder that three-quarters of spending the day in the theater and for studying the role of these techniques eats into the blood and flesh of the produce of human life that the actor, whom the public sees every day in the theater.That's why the scene is tragedian remains grim-faced comedian jokes, ingInue zhantilnichaet, dramatic actress ever suffer, and phosphate said banality. That is why these poor actors so monotonous, unnatural and boring on stage and off.Art ceased to be for their creativity, the craft becomes heavy, and if not theatrical bohemians, enclosing a alluring elements of freedom, although unbridled, these workers would not have enough air to breathe. Alas! Theatrical bohemian alluring and poisonous! Here is what c. Tolstoy, in his novel "Resurrection":"One of the most common and widespread superstitions is that every person has some of their specific properties, which is a good man, bad, smart, stupid, energetic, apathetic, and so on. D. People are not like that.We can watch movies online
and say about a man that he is more often good than evil, more smart than stupid, more energetic than apathetic, and vice versa; but it is not true if we say about a man that he is always a good or smart, but about the other, that it is always an evil or stupid.