Stage Acting TechniquesBook - 2004
This guide works from the assumption that, although talent cannot be taught, the ability to apply talent successfully can. It leads the student clearly and expertly towards stepping confidently onto the stage and feeling thoroughly at home there. Learn how to always be real, natural, and truthful; develop the skills to interpret the intentions of the text; work with other actors to improve personal success; master the author's unique "two-brain" technique; understand and enjoy the benefits of improvisation; be physically limber, relaxed, and expressive on stage; use your voice effectively; and get laughs in comedy. John Hester has been a working theater professional and Equity member for 25 years; he is an actor, director, tutor, producer, and playwright.
Publisher: Ramsbury [England] : Crowood Press, 2004
Branch Call Number: 792.028023 Hes 8949circ 1
Characteristics: 128 p. :,ill
Alternative Title: Subtitle on cover: Practical technique