The Actor at Work ePub download
by Robert Benedetti
- ISBN: 013035452X
- ISBN13: 978-0130354525
- ePub: 1226 kb | FB2: 1499 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Performing Arts
- Publisher: Prentice Hall; 6th edition (July 1993)
- Pages: 268
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 701
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The Actor at Work, 10/E.
The Actor at Work, 10/E. Centered on the concept of action, The Actor at Work covers all of the major skills of the actor, including voice, speech, movement, analysis, and role-playing
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Centered on the concept of action, & Actor at Work& covers all of the major skills of the actor, including voice, speech, movement, analysis, and role-playing.
Centered on the concept of action, The Actor at Work covers all the major skills of the actor, including voice, speech, movement, analysis and role-playing. Using many ideas from contemporary psychology and various physical and spiritual disciplines, this text helps the reader uncover and develop the actors within themselves, as it encourages self-discovery through participatory activities and exercises.
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Robert Benedetti is in a good position to have an opinion Benedetti's experience (which includes 35 years as a teacher prior to his .
Robert Benedetti is in a good position to have an opinion. He's spent a good hunk of his 66-years with his feet solidly entrenched in both worlds. Even if you don't recognize the name outright, it probably rings a bell, whether you're an actor, teacher, director, playwright or a fan of the fiction novel. Benedetti's experience (which includes 35 years as a teacher prior to his time in the trenches) has apparently allowed him to see both worlds with a realistic, critical eye. And he has a strong opinion about what sort of training a beginning actor should pursue. There are now about 106,000 members of the Screen Actors Guild," he points out. "About 75,000 live in Southern California.
Rick D. Anderson, Kirkwood Community College ";I feel that Robert Benedetti's book is an excellent overview of all principles required for the beginning actor. William Gelber, Texas Tech University ";I have always considered Benedetti's textbook to be an excellent resource for any teacher of acting.