Telling stories: a grand unifying theory of acting techniques

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Smith and Kraus, Apr 30, 2008 - Drama - 197 pages
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Actor Rafael (U. of San Francisco and Academy of Art U.) declines to choose between the currently competing approaches to acting, in favor of explaining what it is they are all trying to accomplish: to share a compelling story with an audience. He discusses storytelling and character, story structure, class exercises, telling classical and new stories. A chapter also profiles 18 people and institutions representing acting theories besides the few he incorporates. There is no index.Shannon Hendrickson Associate Editor, Book News Inc

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Contents

A NEW PARADIGM ARISES
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STORYTELLING AND CHARACTER
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THE STRGCTURE OF THE STORY
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