The Repetition Acting Exercise

The Repetition Acting Exercise

The Repetition Acting Exercise can help achieve full personal expression. Both Expressing yourself and receiving the other to help you form your expressions is key. As the Repetition is not the entire achievement of acting, it can be the entire achievement of giving an individual their full personality.

Let’s break down the infamous and well known about thing called, The Repetition Acting Exercise

The goals of the acting exercise

  • Notice Things
  • Receive Impulses
  • Express Impulses
  • Connected Communication
  • Truthful Connection

The goals of the repetition acting exercise is to improve one’s spontaneity and better equip their future communications.

The gain of being able to practice noticing things on others and finding opinions within yourself is key in acting and life. Finding the personal opinions of yourself is a part of the acting process.

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Instructions on how to do Repetition

  1. Sit across from each other as close as possible without touching. Set two chairs so it is easy to see the eye contact with the other
    Alternatively: You can also stand less than 5 feet apart from the other Actor
  2. Make an observation or express a personal interest based on an impulse you feel.
  3. Repeat each other until a new change occurs

The simplicity of the work of Acting is part of the brilliance of the Repetition Exercise. All the aspects of personal communication and being able to communicate with words and without words apply.

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Learning to do the ‘repetition correctly’ is part of the freedom aspect within the work itself. If you are free within the work, you can achieve finding your personality midway through the exercise or after the exercise commences.

The goal is not to pontificate unless intentional and conscious, but the goal is to catch the instinct of yourself as well as catching the drift of the other. Keeping up with the other thoughts, feelings, and attentions is key to being able to learn and communicate with them.

The repetition acting exercise is a vital part of training if done without restrictions of anticipation. When not anticipating the work the nerves of all Actors achieve often dropping their nerves and having authentic exchanges.

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Gaining Value from the Repetition Exercise

The value gained from Repetition is the goal of gaining experience. You can gain communication and acting experience by achieving involved communications. You lose yourself into communicating just like you would if you have a good conversation.

One thing that occurs with experienced actors in the scenes is the loss of tracking of time. When in the repetition acting exercise, you often achieve a loss of the track of time because of the creative involvement.

Creativity usually connects whomever working feeling like they have taken a ride of experience together. Practicing taking a ride of experience is the key to getting used to taking the ride of experience in scenes. The only difference is that there are no scripted words in the experience as there is in an acting scene.

Achieving the experiencing is the keeping up of the impulses while listening and responding during the Repetition Exercise. This baselines the practicing of listening and responding in the acting exercises which often follow in these types of acting training schools. Improvisation exercises often follows the training and usually connect the Meisner approach of acting.

There has been over the past decades all types of uses for the repetition which involve several types of acting techniques that off shoots or original vocations have determined help to improve the Actors spontaneity.

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The Repetition Acting Exercise is known for helping Actors achieve spontaneity back into their own work. Learning to achieve spontaneity by repeating the other Actors and making justified changes when authentic is the keys to the exercise.

There is a lot of spite that is justified as well as overdone involving the Repetition Exercise. Many Actors achieve finding authentic parts of themselves in the acting exercise then claim that they are or have learned the entirety of Acting. Repetition Acting Exercise is a great item to work on to improve spontaneity.

The Repetition exercise is the opening up on the individual to access their emotions and impulses. Creative use of expressing and finding one’s own hesitations is key to letting go parts of oneself during the exercise. Many teach the repetition as a stringent, non-changeable repeating exercise which is not how this has developed over the years.

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The Keys to Repetition Exercise

The key to proper Repetition is the fluidity and changes that can occur on a dime of time and in a single comment. As the person is obligated to repeat what the other has said to them, they are able to process internally without avoiding the topic at least to address it. This gives way for new moments to interplay based on the repetition exercise exchange.

About Simon Blake

Simon Blake has studied between 30,000 – 40,000 acting exercises and studied over 8-10++ thousand acting students and professionals. Studying over 1000+ famous names in the industry learning techniques that are keys to unlocking their talents.

“Meisner In and Out Exercise, which was later known as Doors and Activities give a basic building block to modern day acting” Simon Blake’s training includes every aspect of Meisner Training.

After being assaulted by an industry student associated with the school Simon moved on to finish his acting books and start teaching acting online. Studying every area of Meisner Training with well over 30 Teachers including himself.

Simon Blake runs and operates the website EmotionalPreparation.com which teaches Actors how to add Emotion to their acting using improved acting techniques.

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