The Scenebook for Actors: Great Monologs and Dialogs from Contemporary and Classical Theatre

 
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Somewhere in this drama book is one or several perfect monologs or dialogs for your audition. Short cuttings from some of the very best scenes in theatre yesterday and today. All selections are by leading international playwrights: Pinter, Goldsmith, Ionesco, Mamet, and many more. Powerful moments. Some soft and quiet. Others strident and commanding. The choices are many. The theatre book explains how to find the right audition monolog for your voice, your face, your style, your stage persona. Valuable tips on how to develop your audition monolog for performance and how to build a systematic file of scenes for your personal working repertoire.

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Somewhere in this book is the perfect monolog or dialog for your audition. Short cuttings from some of the very best scenes in theatre yesterday and today. All selections are by leading international playwrights: Pinter, Goldsmith, Ionesco, Mamet and many more. Powerful moments. Some soft and quiet. Others strident and commanding. The choices are many. The book explains how to find the right audition monolog for your voice, your face, your style, your stage persona. Valuable tips on how to develop your audition monolog for performance and how to build a systematic file of scenes for your personal working repertoire.

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Norman A. Bert earned his Ph.D. at Indiana University, specializing in dramatic theory and criticism. He teaches playwriting and dramatic analysis at Texas Tech University. He has been actively involved in the Playwriting Awards Committee of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival and the Playwrights and Creative Teams Program of the Association for Theatre in Higher Education. Norman has written over thirty play scripts, most of which have been published and/or produced, and has authored several books.
In recent years Norman has focused on writing short scripts centering on religious subject matter and social justice topics such as ethnic relations and poverty. He lives in Lubbock, Texas with his partner Amy Kim and their standard poodle Tutu.

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