The Technique of Acting
Here is the definitive handbook unique in its hands-on approach to acting from a beloved acting teacher and theater legend. Writtn with passion and in Stellar Adler's own voice, this book is rich in insight and complete with concrete exercises and examples taken directly from her celebrated classes.
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Foreword by Marlon Brando
The Actors Goals
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