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Well-Being and the television actor: Challenges and coping strategies

Christopher Hogg

Dr Christopher Hogg is Senior Lecturer in Television Theory at the University of Westminster, UK. He has published on a wide range of topics, including work on British television drama, television acting and international television format adaptation. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Charlotte Lucy Smith

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Exploring Television Acting

Bloomsbury Publishing, 2018

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...Introduction The pressures of working life in the twenty-first century are becoming ever-more complex and intensified. Consequently, over the last decade, the significance of employee health and well-being has become...
...Translation by Victor Jacono. Introduction I would like to start from the conclusions advanced by Jean-Marie Pradier in a recently published paper: No general theory of the theatre can...
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...Set in 1938 Brooklyn, this gripping psychological mystery begins when attractive, level-headed Sylvia Gellburg suddenly loses her ability to walk. The only clue lies in Sylvia’s obsession with news accounts from Germany. Though safe...
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...Winner of the Susan Smith Backburn Prize honoring women writers worldwide, Emma’s Child explores the idea of commitment in a marriage as a parent. Told gently, lovingly and with unexpected humor, this is the story of a childless couple...
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...This Pulitzer Prize winner tells the powerful story of an epileptic woman in her early 40’s systematically preparing her own death - and the frantic and touching efforts of her mother to stop her. This searing drama is guaranteed to keep...

The Circus Actor: Towards a Cognitive Approach

Theatre and Cognitive Neuroscience

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016

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...Translation by Alexandra Teissier...

Community Arts and Creative Well-Being for Dementia

Applied Theatre: Creative Ageing

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2017

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...Dementia and creativity Dementia is fast becoming one of the most prevalent conditions across the globe. In the UK, 850,000 people are living with dementia. The likelihood of developing dementia increases...
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...A new dramatization of one of the greatest baseball stories of all time. A poignant, touching, and often comic tale of a baseball team’s friendship and loyalty to a dying teammate. Adapted from the novel by Mark Harris. An L.A. Theatre...

Theatre as a Valuable Tool for Parkinson’s Disease Rehabilitation

Theatre and Cognitive Neuroscience

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016

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...Introduction There is growing evidence to show that the impairment of the general state of health...

Theatre and Therapy: ‘Care’, ‘Cure’, or Illusion?

Theatre and Cognitive Neuroscience

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016

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...Asking questions about ‘the theatre which heals’ requires us first of all to clarify several points:What theatre are we talking about? In what culture? What society?What relationship to the theatre is under discussion: dramatic...