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Performance Success teaches a set of skills so that a musician can be ready to go out and sing or play at his or her highest level, working with energies that might otherwise be wasted in unproductive ways. This is a book of skills and exercises, prepared by a master teacher.read more

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Creating a Role is the culmination of Stanislavski's masterful trilogy on the art of acting. An Actor Prepares focused on the inner training of an actor's imagination. Building a Character detailed how the actor's body and voice could be tuned for the great roles he might fill. This third…read more

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This up-to-date, full-color makeup manual is designed to lie open on the makeup table right as a guide for student, amateur, or professional performers.read more

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Twelve reproducible scripts from the classics serve as examples of the readers theatre format. In addition, the authors have identified scenes from 30 contemporary novels (e.g., Prairie Songs, Tex, Gentlehands, Z for Zachariah) that are suitable for adaptation to readers theatre. An annotated…read more

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The Book of Scenes for Aspiring Actors collects scenes from a variety of plays featuring young characters - adolescent to young adults. Classical through contemporary scenes from Shakespeare to Kesselman are represented in this collection, which makes an ideal supplement for any of Glencoe's…read more

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(Applause Books). Compiled by Mel Gussow, this collection of sideshow American and international theatre includes: Deeply American Roots (Sam Shepard) * The Man Who Made Theatre Ridiculous (Charles Ludlam) * From the City Streets, a Poet of the Stage (Miguel Pinero) * The Clark Kent of Modern…read more

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"Every now and then a book comes along so startling in its ingenuity, so crisp and invigorating in its perception and argument, so revealing in its investigation of its subject matter, that one is forced to reevaluate, reconsider, and restructure one's understanding and one's perspectives on…read more

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Acting and Directing is designed for the beginning theatre student, explaining the roles of the actor and director and further explaining their interrelationship. Basic theatre terms and play production skills are easily learned with the helpful explanations, guidelines, and illustrations provided.read more

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Each chapter of this book presents a single day of the twenty-day training which Ruth Zaporah developed into Action Theater , her investigation into the life-reflecting process of improvisation. This book shows through exercises, stories, anecdotes, and metaphors how to focus attention on the…read more

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Vividly recreating the unique pleasure of experiencing a song-and-dance show, Broadway Babies spotlights the men and women who made a difference in the development of American musical comedy. Mordden's account features such show people as Florenz Ziegfeld, Harold Prince, Bert Lahr, Gwen Verdon,…read more

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The story of the jugglers, acrobats, tricksters, aerialists, technicians, administrators, musicians, designers, and trainers involved in a community theatre project that was created to work with survivors of sexual assault and performed at the World Women's Conference in Beijing in 1995.read more

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With thirteen Broadway musicals to his credit, Stephen Sondheim's career in the musical theater has outdistanced those of most of his contemporaries. Each of his shows has presented new challenges to audiences, and each has cast fresh perspectives on the nature and potential of the American…read more