Corbin, Barry 2011-07-14

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General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Barry Corbin

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Date: July 14, 2011

Location: Handley, Texas

Interviewer: Andy Wilkinson

Length: 02:57:51


Video Start up, Film of Corbin on stage, Record Charlie Goodnight, Barry Rogers, Autobiography What got Corbin interested in the stage, Solo in church and cherry tree play, Stanislavski and Chekhov influence, Fourth wall, Audience and the Goodnight play, Preparation, Cast, Sell ourselves, true to our core, Experience in New York, As You Like It, Urban Cowboy, Differences going from stage to screen, Very little difference in terms of work, Shoot out of sequence, Understanding characters (in a piece that not sequential), Timeline, Emotion, Scenes leading up to it, Developing craft, Workshops, Theater in high school, Community theater, Audience as acting theater, Transition from stage to film, All acting is is listening, Television as writers/producers medium, Ben Johnson, stick with script, Micky Rooney, Committing script to memory, He doesn’t know, Laurence Olivier and the stage, Expressions and movements, Intuition, Edwin Booth, Barry Corbin character, Moving from character to another, Repertory theater, Knowing characters, Sheriffs, Short Stories, Write when unemployed, Suckerrod Smith and the Cisco Kid, Performance in Mobile, Alabama, Sitcom attempts, Morton plays, Throckmorton Texas, Radio plays, Wildcatters, Outdoor Theater, Daniel Boone, Bill Hauptman, Chigger Philips, Ben 10 the Alien Swarm, Post Ben 10, Barter Theater, Elise, Equity card, New York to California, Divorce with Elise, Sue, Urban Cowboy

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