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SHAKESPEARE MONOLOGUES FOR YOUNG MEN
By: L. Dixon
Fifty fresh speeches from William Shakespeare's plays, hand-picked for young people and prefaced with easy-to-use guides that explain who is speaking; where, when, and to whom; what has just happened in the play; and what the character's objectives are—everything actors need to know!
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100 GREAT PLAYS FOR WOMEN
By: Lucy Kerbel
Lucy Kerbel's 100 Great Plays for Women is an inspiring guide to a hundred plays that put female performers center stage, dispelling the myth that ‘There just aren’t any good plays for women’. With a foreword by Kate Mosse. The result is a personal but wide-ranging reappraisal of the theatrical canon, a snapshot of the very... read more
ACCENTS
By: Robert Blumenfeld
This practical reference manual, with its precise, authentic instructions on how to speak in more than 100 dialects, has established itself as the most useful and comprehensive guide to accents available, now increased by a third in this revised printing. As before, the accents range from regional U.S. and British dialects to European... read more
ACTING - ADVANCED TECHNIQUES FOR THE ACTOR, DIRECTOR, AND TEACHER
By: Mary Beth Barber, Foreword by Edward Norton, Terry Schreiber
Actors who want to get inside the script and make it come alive now have a step-by-step guide from a Broadway director and renowned acting teacher. Honed by the author's 35 years of teaching, this advanced book offers different warm-up exercises concentrating on the actorís sense of smell, sound, sight, and touch; sensory tools for... read more
THE ACTING BOOK
By: John Abbott
The third of John Abbott’s essential guides to acting introduces young actors to the best performance techniques, old and new. What more can any aspiring actor want than a three-year course presented in just one volume? Investigating both well established and newer thoughts on analyzing texts and creating characters – and providing... read more
ACTING FOR LIFE
By: Jack Frakes
Of all the arts, drama - with its exploration of human characters and relationships - is closest to everyday life. This theatre textbook emphasizes this connection, presenting the fundamentals of drama and acting techniques in the context of ordinary experiences and interaction. The material is arranged sequentially especially with the... read more
THE COMPLETE TIPS IDEAS FOR ACTORS
By: Jon Jory
Until recent times, acting wisdom was passed on through an oral tradition called "tips." Presented here are 507 tips, including the way to set up a laugh, the use of opposites, a clear definition of "actions," how to use a "breath score," and even how to react if you're fired. The tips are simple to implement and will lead to a better... read more
DO'S AND DON'TS OF DRAMA
By: Jean Lee Latham
This collection contains more than 500 brief, practical suggestions for actor and producer. It has been adopted as required reading in many colleges and university drama courses and it has won the praise of coaches, teachers of drama and speech, drama critics, experienced actors and beginners. It contains simple and helpful charts and... read more
EASY SKITS, BLACKOUTS AND PANTOMIMES
By: Various Authors
New material by Bill Majeski.

Fifteen strikingly popular skits, blackouts and pantomimes. Some may be given impromptu and the selection ranges from a pantomime for one person to skits and blackouts for casts up to five persons.

THE GOLDEN RULES OF ACTING
By: Andy Nyman
"The book won't tell you how to act, but will tell you how to be an actor, how to stay sane and succeed in any creative position, if you have a dream and want to make it a reality it'll offer you properly useful advice. It's one of those books that helps you know yourself, ask the right questions, and reminds you to be happy. It is... read more
GREAT MOMENTS IN THE THEATRE
By: Benedict Nightingale
Renowned critic Benedict Nightingale, who served as chief theatre critic for the London Times from 1990–2010, collects what he considers the greatest moments from the past 2,500 years of theater. His informative and entertaining essays cover and celebrate a vast array of diverse, historical and important openings and events.
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