Method Acting Reconsidered: Theory, Practice, Future

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David Krasner
Palgrave Macmillan, Sep 9, 2000 - Performing Arts - 312 pages
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Method Acting is one of the most popular and controversial approaches to acting in the United States. It has not only shaped important schools of acting, but has been a fundamental constant of all American acting. This insightful volume explores Method Acting from a broad perspective, focusing on a point of equilibrium between the principles of the Method and its relationship to other theories of performance. David Krasner has gathered together some of the most well-known theater scholars and acting teachers to look at the Method. By concentrating on three areas of the Method--its theory, practice, and future application--the collection will serve to inform and teach us how to approach acting and acting theory in the 21st century.

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David Krasner is Director of Undergraduate Theater Studies at Yale University. His previous book, Resistance, Parody, and Double Coinsciousness in African American Theater, 1895-1910 received the 1998 Errol Hill Award from the American Society for Theater Research.

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