Darie, B. (2021). The Art of Acting: intercrossing borders between science and art. Scientific view on the modern problems of cultural heritage and arts in the context of social development. Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference. Klironomy, 01 (01), __-__. Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.
The article aims to present professor’s Ion Cojar method regarding the methodology of approaching the actor`s art from the point of view of the teaches who form future actors that are well trained, reaching both theoretical and practical dimensions. The purpose of the paper is to outline the fact that the art of acting is not something done by instinct or guided by emotions and spontaneous reactions, but, behind the scenes, lies a well-developed method, tested across many generations of students that combines psychology, aesthetics, critical thinking and acting practices. Blending old and new methods, creating a link between what was tested and what can be used in the future, the techniques used in the process of training the student from The National University of Theatre and Film “I.L. Caragiale” proved to be relevant in creating professionals that can operate in the artistic and scientific fields. In today`s context, there has to be a shift of paradigm in the way people see the art of theatre, that can no longer be treated only from the aesthetic point of view. Acting methods can be used in the educational process and in raising the well-being of future generation by combining them with work models that make appeal to scientific data, offering to the future actor a larger domain to explore and develop.
acting, psychology, self, scientific knowledge, methods, theatre.