Acting solo: the art of one-man shows

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Moonstone Press, 1989 - Performing Arts - 214 pages
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The history of one-person theater goes back to 18th-century England and the satirist Samuel Foote. It has since evolved into a serious form of theater as performed by such noted soloists as Ruth ... Read full review

Contents

The Art of Acting Solo
21
The Queen and her Disciples
37
In Person
51
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