Actor’s Creative Process

This text examines and discusses actor’s play as a continuation of genuine human experience. Acting is being regarded, through adaptation of certain psychological and physiological sensation, as a provisional, synthesized analogue of life. Numerous arguments, practical observations and scientific facts are included in the narrative, in support of the thesis, that theatre behavior is an inborn natural state of the human being – par excellence.
Characteristics of actor’s creative process are outlined from the point of view of the audience. Comparison of such characteristics is being analyzed between master and mediocre actor’s achievements.
Actor’s psychological, vocal and space representations are scrutinized in detail – as being core aspects related to the actor’s stage image.