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Between Earth and Heaven


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Acknowledgements - Introduction - Chapter 1 Advanced layering of Steiner/Chekhov processes - Chapter 2 Advanced applications of the three centres and their speech placements - Chapter 3 Style and genre - Chapter 4 Other states of being - Chapter 5 The planetary spheres: Dante's Paradiso-Our High Work - Chapter 6 The stages of life - Chapter 7 Archetypes of the artistic process-the creative tension between opposites - Chapter 8 New planets, new sensibilities and the actor of the future - Appendices A. A phenomenological approach. - B. Table of Phonetic Symbols - C. Extra texts for chapter 6 - D. Additional volumes in this series - E. DVD series-A Dramatic Journey through the Evolution of Human Consciousness - F. Website details and information about courses and trainings - Bibliography - List of Illustrations - Notes

About the Author

DAWN LANGMAN undertook a mainstream speech and acting training in Australia, followed by seven years of performing and teaching at secondary and tertiary levels. Her quest for an integrated approach that includes the spiritual dimension led her to train with Maisie Jones at the London School of Speech Formation in the method developed by Rudolf and Marie Steiner. She then taught for ten years at Emerson College in Sussex. Following this, Dawn trained in Michael Chekhov's acting technique with Ted Pugh and Fern Sloan of the Actors Ensemble in New York. Returning to Australia, she founded the School of the Living Word, where for eight years she continued to research the integration of Speech Formation with Chekhov's technique. She currently teaches this methodology at the Drama Centre, Flinders University, South Australia. Dawn is the author of The Art of Acting, The Art of Speech (both 2014), Tongues of Flame, The Actor of the Future Vol. 1 and Word Made Flesh, The Actor of the Future Vol. 2 (both 2019).


"Dawn Langman gifts us with yet another magnificent contribution to her book series developing an integrated acting technique based on the indications of Rudolf Steiner and Michael Chekhov, in which actors become the work of art. Venturing even further into the deeper alchemical mysteries of the work, Langman leads us into an imagination of future theatre that includes a genuine experience of the I AM, the origin of comedy and tragedy, Dante's Paradiso as example of how we can experience the planetary spheres in word and gesture, and much more, inspiring the unfoldment of actors of the future."
--Dr. Jane Gilmer, actress and teacher, author of The Alchemical Actor (2021) and former Assistant Professor of Drama, VPA, National Institute of Education, Singapore "In this present volume, Dawn Langman continues her in-depth exploration of the integration of Michael Chekhov's system of psycho-physical awareness with Rudolf Steiner's indications for creative speech and eurythmy. In so doing, she genuinely models both teachers' emphasis on experimentation and exploration absent the dogmatism sometimes associated with such work. The careful, conscious communication of her own advanced exercises created to develop this new methodology will be most effective when worked in conjunction with her previous books, The Art of Acting, The Art of Speech and The Actor of the Future, vols. 1 & 2. Taken as a whole, Langman reveals the degree of empathy and responsiveness possible not only between human beings, but with all the manifold community of beings 'between earth and heaven.'"
--Dr. Diane Carracciolo, Associate Professor of Educational Theatre, Adelphi University, New York

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