by Cohen, Robert
Publisher:McGraw Hill Higher Education
A follow-up to the best-selling introductory text Acting One (see above), this text provides exercises and scenework in seven historical periods to help students extend their basic acting skills. Part I consists of a series of exercises that lead to an understanding of the fundamental nature of style and character in acting, while Part II presents a set of substantial, self-contained scenes - and discussions of those scenes - drawn from seven different eras of Western dramatic history. Honed through four editions of the best-selling Acting One, Robert Cohen's approach clearly lays out a natural, steady development of skills that creates a pattern of success for students.
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