The technique of acting
The world-renowned drama teacher of Brando, DeNiro and many other successful actors writes a comprehensive and practical book on acting. Includes Adler's memories of Stanislavski, her expert views on American acting today, and a photo insert from her personal scrapbook.
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Foreword by Marlon Brando
The Actors Goals
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