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Acting Onstage and Off

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ISBN-10: 0495566047

ISBN-13: 9780495566045

Edition: 5th 2009

Authors: Robert (Robert Barton) Barton

List price: $182.95
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Demonstrating how offstage performance can be effectively adapted for the theatre, as well as how onstage training can be applied toward leading a full life outside the theatre, ACTING: ONSTAGE AND OFF is a humorous yet informative book that discusses the interplay between life on and off the stage. You'll learn everything from the phases of actor training to body-relaxation techniques.
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Book details

List price: $182.95
Edition: 5th
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Wadsworth
Publication date: 5/8/2008
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 416
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.188

Robert Barton is professor emeritus of acting and continues to teach at the University of Oregon. He has performed in most of the plays of Shakespeare and has directed half of them, including the title role in a PBS production of Hamlet. He is the author of several acting texts and is co-author, with Rocco Dal Vera, of VOICE: ONSTAGE AND OFF. Robert's book STYLE FOR ACTORS was recipient of the Theatre Association's Best Book Award and he has been honored as Outstanding Acting Coach by the American College Theatre Festival. He has published numerous articles on acting, and his regular column, "Many Right Ways", appears in each edition of THE VOICE and SPEECH REVIEW. He is also the author of…    

Acting Acknowledged
Relaxed Readiness
Individual Inventory
Stanislavski's System
Stanislavski Stretched
Scene Study
Performance Process
Acting Anticipated
My Acting History
Acting Observation
Physical Life Observation
Vocal Life Observation
Open Scene Scenarios
Open Scene Score
Stanislavski Observation
Script Analysis
Character Analysis
Audition Observation
Sample Scene: The Rehearsal