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Winter Journey
Čonková, Anna ; KROBOT, Miroslav (advisor) ; KOČVAROVÁ, Markéta (referee)
The thesis is focused on reflection of the rehearsal process of the play Winter journey from Elfriede Jelinek performed in Theatre of Žilina. The introduction describes the starting points - the life of the author and the play itself. Furthermore it deals with the process - reading rehearsals, blocking rehearsals, setting of stage scenes, verifying the functionality of individual elements and scenes, polishing and the final version. The work also explores concept of performer and different meanings of it.
An Actor's Self-reflection
Böhm, Jiří ; KOČVAROVÁ, Markéta (advisor) ; KLÍMA, Miloslav (referee)
The main goal of this thesis is to critically observe own evolution as an actor and define moments that caused this evolution or aided it in some way. The thesis also describes the process of how individual plays were created, especially how they helped an actor grow. As a result, the thesis sets a future direction of things and foreshadows possible development.
Puppets on KALD (Department of Altelrnative and Puppet Theatre)
Jelínek, Josef ; KOČVAROVÁ, Markéta (advisor) ; BEČKA, Marek (referee)
Graduate thesis entitled Puppets on KALD (KALD means abbreviation of the name Department of Alternative and Puppet Theatre of The Theatre Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague - DAMU) describes and compares the tendencies and methods of teaching of puppetry in the period from 1978 to 1981 as compared to the period from 2008 to 2012. The thesis is based on the description of the puppeteering pedagogy as experienced by two generations of students. The thesis compares the extent of puppetry practice during studies, possibilities of developing student´s own projects and also evaluates, how are the current graduates of KALD prepared for their future proffesion and how were the graduates of Department of Puppetry prepared in the past. The thesis attempts to find answers to the problém, why recently among students of Department of Alternative and Puppet Theatre there is growing decline in their interest in puppet theatre and also seeks solutions, how to again revive this traditional theatre genre for general public
Actors Inspiration
Čížek, Mikuláš ; KOČVAROVÁ, Markéta (advisor) ; TICHÝ, Zdeněk (referee)
The overall focus of the MA Thesis Actor´s Inspiration are predominantly the sources of inspiration for the various stagings the author took part in during his studies at DAMU. Based on his experience, he compares various directors, their approach to work and what inspires them. He also elaborates on what inspires him personally during his creative activities.
Why and for Whom to Play
Kubištová Máčiková, Adriana ; Kočvarová, Markéta (advisor) ; Havelka, Jiří (referee)
In my work I focus on the basic motives for playing the theatre from actors view. I analyse these motives following to my own experience and at some points with help of literature. I mention the spectator as the main argument for playing theatre. I entitle here individual kinds of spectators according to my observation of my surroundings. I devote myself to basic theatre relationship between the actor and the spectator. I think about its possibilities and about possibilities of their communication. I understand as very important part of the function of the theatre the space where the performance takes place in. Its influence on the actor-spectator relationship is enormous. Mentioned thoughts are supported by experiences from my theatrical praxis. At the end I ask myself, whether all the reason for playing are sufficient.
Krausová, Anita ; Borna, Jan (advisor) ; Kočvarová, Markéta (referee)
This text is conctrated on the shyness. I´m intresting in shyness like dramatic art method. It´s based on my own experiencies and on skilled literatures.
Actor and Complexes
Vančura, Petr ; Kočvarová, Markéta (advisor) ; Makonj, Karel (referee)
The work Actor and Complexes comes from the efforts to catch the insecurity and doubt of a beginning actor. When I have in my mind an actor, I speak about myself and when I write about the complexes, I think about a unique constellation of my personal faults and pains. The intention of this work is not a special psychological work but a detail scrutiny of myself. I do not dare to judge somebody else. Instead I would like the others to judge me or find some resemblance. Complexes form our personality as well as a sculptor and although they work with different material, the result is undeniably similar. I am their product and to be able to see myself I need a mirror. This work is the mirror of my theatre practice in which I aspire to see not only my reflection but also its essence.
Diferences between Amateurs and Professionals
Štíchová, Vendula ; Císař, Jan (advisor) ; Kočvarová, Markéta (referee)
This thesis tries to illustrate characteristics of amateur and professional principles of work in dramatic art. The paper is based on my personal experience as I am a member of theatrical group called Geisslers Hofcomoedianten. This group revives the Špork family tradition of theatrical performance in the village of Kuks. Geisslers Hofcomoedianten was formed out of pure enthusiasm and interest in theatre. Over the time, some of the members turned their hobby into professional careers - thus being banned from amateur theatre - due to regulations. Each chapter shows various views to understand the differences between amateur and professional theatrical work and tries to define the principle of each.
The Theatre of One Eda
Venclová, Miroslava ; Makonj, Karel (advisor) ; Kočvarová, Markéta (referee)
This work concerns with The theatre of One Eda, it talks about the history of this one-woman show, about the creation of performances and about each individual puppet performance for children. Because the tradition of the puppet theatre in the Czech Republic is very strong, the author of this work is trying to answer the question what exactly is the puppet theatre. She also concentrates on a very brief summary of the history of the puppet theatre across the Czech Republic. The first part contains the characteristic of fairy tale, its function - that all is examined with consideration of the children?s viewer. In the second part the author writes about the history of The theatre of one Eda, about the creation of performances. Reactions of different audience are being compared and hold forth in this part. In conclusion there are compared commonly known facts introduced in the first part of this work with information gained by an actress of The theatre of one Eda.
The Analysis of Motivations Creators Single Components of the Artistic Works on Academic Soil
Lážnovský, Ondřej ; Šavlíková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Kočvarová, Markéta (referee)
Abstract (Summary) This bachelor´s diploma publication is about creation of our student theatre work - a story by Jan Werich The Miserly Barka. It was prepared with a scenographers Lenka Hubená, Petra Vykoukalová and actors Bašou Humel, Kristinou Matějovou, Terezou Tausingerovou, Zdeňkem Pechou and Jakubem Gottwaldem in the third school year 2006/2007 in Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. The publication has six patrs (with preamble and finale there are eight). The beginning is about choosing topics and scripts for our work. The second part is about original goals and their changing in the process of rehearsals. In the third part i searchlight dramaturgic processing. The fourth part is about the modification of the script and writing several new situations to the text. The fift part part is about design of our theatre play and about co-operation with the scenographesr. In the next part i talk about several phases of preparation ? from first main rehearsal to first and following performances. I thinking about process of rehearsals, problems and their solving. At the end of the publication there is all the experience I can have after finishing of our production.

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