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Preface Introduction Section One: Origins Chapter 1: Returning to Mythic Roots Physical Beginnings of Acting Current Actor Training Current Training Hymn: To Vulcan (Hephaistos), Fumigation from Frankincense and Manna Chapter 2: Resurrecting Mythic Stories Linking Neuroscience and Archetypal Mythology Chapter 3: Primary Conflict and the Hero's Journey Primary Conflict: Order Versus Chaos Peter and Wendy Section Two: The Exercises and the Work Chapter 4: The Exercises Meditation Magnets Push, Pull, Hold, Release Sticks Viewpoints Second Viewpoints Class: Contact and Company Day Three: Company, Architecture, and Music Chapter 5: Beginning Superscenes Text and Archetypes Fourth Session: Exercise: Using the Monomyth A Linear Representation of the Hero's Journey Inciting Incident: Exact Scene? Exact Line? Exact Rationale? Chapter 6: Two Hero's Journeys The Hero's Journey of Muhammad Ali Hamlet's Journey: A Brief and Debatable Look at Hamlet as Hero Chapter 7: Bridging and Superscenes Bridges Superscenes Superscenes and Memory Section Three: Neuroscience and Images Chapter 8: Mirror Neurons, Emotions, Memory, Meditation, Embodiment, and Images The Limbic System The Eternally Balancing Body Meditation Phenomenology: The Study of the Experience of Intention Mirror Neurons Second Person Interactivity: MNs The Use of Metaphor, Image, and Active Words Memory: Images and the Brain Memory, Archetype, and Mirror Neurons Memory Consolidation Chapter 9: Archetypal Patterns Family Stories CG Jung Archetypal Patterns of Plots Chapter 10: Archetypal Journey; In The Blood by Susan Lori Parks The Ancient Story, Myth and Archetype Protagonist/Antagonist Statement Hester's Hero's Journey Chapter 11: Conclusion Bibliography Index
Jane Drake Brody teaches graduate and undergraduate Acting at The Theatre School at DePaul University, following a long career as an actress, director, professional acting coach and casting director. Her many film and TV casting credits include the Oscar winning Fargo, for which she received the Casting Society of America's Best Location Casting Award.