This introduction to acting text provides a step-by-step organizational outline of techniques based in the Stanislavski System and presented in a 1990s context. A separate chapter is devoted to each of 10 basic principles, so the student gets a grounding in one principle before moving onto the next. Question-answer format anticipates student's questions and answers questions students may not articulate or be hesitatant to ask. Progressive exercises carried throughout the text allows students to originate and build upon a character.
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Rosary O'Neill is the author of twelve plays produced internationally by invitation of the American embassy in Paris, Bonn, Tibilisi, Georgia, Budapest, Hungary, London and Moscow. Her play "Uncle Victor" was chosen Best New American Drama by the Cort Theater, Hollywood, and celebrated in the Chekhov Now Festival in New York. "Blackjack" was selected for Alice's Fourth Floor Best New Play Series. She was founding artistic director at Southern Rep Theater from 1987 to 2002. She has been playwright-in-residence at the Sorbonne University, Paris; Tulane University, New Orleans; Defiance College, Ohio; and the University of Bonn, Germany. She is currently working on novels as well as plays and is a Visiting Professor of Theatre at Cornell University.
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