Actors on Acting: The Theories, Techniques, and Practices of the World's Great Actors, Told in Their Own Words

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Toby Cole, Helen Krich Chinoy
Crown Trade Paperbacks, 1970 - Performing Arts - 715 pages
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Redesigned with a contemporary new cover, this is a comprehensive consideration of all aspects of the actor's art and craft, as told by the theater's greatest practitioners, from ancient Greece to the 20th century.

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About the author (1970)

Cole is the founder of the Actors and Authors Agency and was instrumental in helping the playwrights Sam Shepard, David Hare, and Peter Handke during formative stags of their careers. She was also the U.S. representative of the Estate of Luigi Pirandello and worked with Nobel Laureate Pablo Neruda.

Helen Krich Chinoy is professor emeritus of theatre at Smith College, where she taught for over 25 years.

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