Work on Studies on the Basis of the Artist’s Works

Shavkat Shukhratovich Rasulov


This article discusses the specific features of the artist’s work in the process of actors working on etudes and its important role in educating actors. In the process of training pop actors in the first half of the first year, when we first turn to etudes, we first need to give them an idea of the etude and explain that they are the main goal in the formation of the actor. There is also a special mention of the issue of aesthetic taste required of a pop actor. This article, which explores the development of the pop actor's imagination and the concepts of norms, emphasizes the emphasis on the artist’s work in working on the etudes that form the basis of the profession.


Variety; Study; Theater; Actor; Stage; Performance; Word; Music; Stage Lights; Song; Partner

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