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Preface by W J Mayhead
Speak the Speech I Pray You
HI Suit the Action to the Word
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actor actress amateur arms art of acting artist attention audience become Broadway theatres Cameron chair CHAPTER character Christopher Fry climax close co-ordinated controlled Courtesy created dialogue door dramatic pause dramatist elbows Emotional Scale Enobarbus entrance expression eyes feelings feet fingers forward give hands head Henry Irving Higgins imposed interest interpretation keep knees language Laurence Olivier lift Listen manner Margaret Leighton mechanics ment mental images Merchant of Venice MIDDLE AGE mind modern play move movement and gesture natural OLD AGE opposition of movement pace performance personality physical player Practise producer purpose Pygmalion racter Read aloud rehearsed reveal rhythm Right Fig Right Wrong Fig scapula scene Shakespeare Shaw shoulder Shylock sitting speech and movement speech pattern Stage Movement standing swing T. S. Eliot technique tension theatre thoughts tion turn Twelfth Night Uriah Heep verse visualize W. B. Yeats walking whole body woman words youth