First Steps in Acting
Emphasises two lines of training. First, the recognition, planning, and communication of evocative stage imagery. Second, the development of the pantomimic and vocal instruments for the communication of this image to the audience. Considerable space is given to the building of a dramatic role.
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The Actor As ImageMaker
The Actor as InstrumentalistPantomime
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