In exploring the art of rehearsal, this book reveals innovative approaches, explaining how actors and directors can work together and separately to achieve the best results. This book includes an historical overview of rehearsal practice; a reexamination of the roles of the director and the actor and their relationship; advice on how to become a director; guidance on the rehearsal process, from auditioning to the dress rehearsal; a look at how games and improvisation can be used as rehearsal tools; and an exploration of the opportunities presented by a play’s text and characters. John Perry has been both an actor and a director, producing large-scale shows in London and touring a one-man show in America. He is currently Head of Development at the School of Acting at the ArtsEd, London.
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John Perry read drama at Bristol and then worked for ten years for the pioneering arts co-operative Inter-Action Trust. His career has spanned working as an actor and director, producing large-scale shows in London, and touring a one-man show in America. He is now Head of Development at the ArtsEd in London. Resident - LondonReview:
A useful guide for all actors, directors, and theater makers who want to optimize their rehearsal time.
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Book Description Crowood Press, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111861264437
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Book Description Crowood Press, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1861264437
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