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Best Monologues from Best American Short Plays, Volume One

by William W. Demastes

(Best American Short Plays). Best Monologues from Best American Short Plays, Volume One is a must for actors of all ages beginners as well as seasoned veterans and belongs in the libraries of all theater teachers...


One on One: Playing with a Purpose: Monologues for Kids Ages 7-15

by Bob Shuman, Stephen Fife & Eloise Rollins-Fife

(Applause Acting Series). Kids of today face a different world and a different set of challenges then did the children of even 15 years ago. Playing with a Purpose features a collection of monologues that reflects...


Play Acting

by Luke Dixon

A collection of acting exercises from around the world. There are voice warm-ups and bodywork through to interacting with space and creating characters all drawing on influences from Japanese Butoh to African...


Acting Stanislavski: A Practical Guide to Stanislavski S Approach and Legacy

by John Gillett

Stanislavski was the first to outline a systematic approach for using our experience, imagination and observation to create truthful acting. 150 years after his birth, his approach is more widely embraced and...


Theater Geek: The Real Life Drama of a Summer at Stagedoor Manor, the Famous Performing Arts Camp

by Mickey Rapkin

What do Natalie Portman, Robert Downey, Jr., Zach Braff, and Mandy Moore have in common? Before they were stars, they were campers at Stagedoor Manor, the premier summer theater camp for children and teenagers....


Voice Into Acting: Integrating Voice and the Stanislavski Approach

by Christina Gutekunst & John Gillett

How can actors bridge the gap between themselves and the text and action of a script, integrating fully their learned vocal skills? How do we make an imaginary world real, create the life of a role, and fully...


Creating Musical Theatre: Conversations with Broadway Directors and Choreographers

by Lyn Cramer

Creating Musical Theatre features interviews with the directors and choreographers that make up today's Broadway elite. From Susan Stroman and Kathleen Marshall to newcomers Andy Blankenbuehler and Christopher...


Scenes and Monologues from Steinberg/ATCA New Play Award Finalists, 2008-2012

by Bruce Burgun

(Applause Acting Series). Culled from the finalists for the prestigious Steinberg/American Theatre Critics New American Play Award from the years 2008-2012, Scenes and Monologues from Steinberg/ATCA New Play...


Freeing the Actor: An Actor's Desk Reference. Over 140 Exercises and Techniques to Free the Actor

by Eric Morris

Freeing the Actor is the seventh in a series of books by Eric Morris which explain and describe his unique system of acting. His previous books are among the most popular texts used by students and professional...


The Diary of a Professional Experiencer: An Autobiographical Journey Into the Evolution of an Acting System

by Eric Morris & Arnold Schwarzenegger

The Diary of a Professional Experiencer is the sixth in a series of books written by Eric Morris. Unlike his other books, this is a very personal account of his frustrations and struggles as he strives to discover...


Acting, Imaging, and the Unconscious

by Eric Morris

Acting, Imaging, and the Unconscious is the fifth in a series of books written by Eric Morris on his unique system of acting. In this book the emphasis is on imaging as an acting tool to fulfill dramatic material....


Acting from the Ultimate Consciousness: A Dynamic Exploration of the Actor's Inner Resources

by Eric Morris

Acting from the Ultimate Consciousness is Eric Morris's fourth popular book on the art of acting. His previous works have established him among the foremost innovators in the world of drama. His system, based...


Acting and How to Be Good at It: The Second Edition

by Basil Hoffman & Sidney Pollack

This authoritative and ground-breaking text teaches the serious student of acting a proven, comprehensive and effective approach to the craft and to character development. Through revealing, behind-the-scenes...


A   Bold New Statement on the Craft of Acting and Individual Talent: Irreverent Acting: A Bold New Statement on the Craft of Acting and Individual Tal

by Eric Morris

Eric believes that this book is the "craft bible," since it focuses entirely on the craft an actor must acquire in order to fulfill dramatic material. The book explores the seven major obligations related to...


Being & Doing: A Workbook for Actors

by Eric Morris

Being & Doing is a unique book in that an actor can open it to any page and practice the exercises suggested on that page. As a workbook it can be used daily to explore the various techniques that every actor...


No Acting Please: A Revolutionary Approach to Acting and Living

by Eric Morris & Joan Hotchkis

Co-authored by Joan Hotchkis, this is Eric Morris's first book The emphasis here is on first establishing a being state, eliminating the obstacles--such as tension, the actor's archenemy--and elevating the actor's...


Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Acting (But Were Afraid To Ask, Dear)

by West End Producer

West End Producer is the anonymous Twitter sensation whose hilarious and unfailingly accurate barbs satirising and celebrating the theatre industry have won him a devoted following.

His identity is the subject...


In Performance: Contemporary Monologues for Men and Women Late Teens-20s

by JV Mercanti

(Applause Books). In Performance is intended for young people who are auditioning for both undergraduate and graduate programs, as well as professional productions and industry meetings. Featured are dynamic...


Scenes and Monologues of Spiritual Experience from the Best Contemporary Plays

by Roger Ellis

(Applause Books). In this anthology, theater expert Roger Ellis culls together dramatic scenes and monologues that all deal with spiritual experience. From various religious and non-religious perspectives, the...


Keith Johnstone: A Critical Biography

by Theresa Robbins Dudeck

Keith Johnstone entered the Royal Court Theatre as a new playwright in 1956: a decade later he emerged as a groundbreaking director and teacher of improvisation. His decisive book Impro (1979), described Johnstone's...