Fifty More Professional Scenes and Monologs for Student Actors: A Collection of Short One- and Two-person Scenes

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Meriwether Pub., 2004 - Performing Arts - 193 pages

The success of Fifty Professional Scenes for Student Actors prompted us to offer a new theatre book of winning audition material -- this time including monologs! The emphasis of these monologs and scenes is on believable characters, not caricatures. Designed for professional actors seeking roles in TV shows, commercials, and stage productions, it may also be used by student performers who wish to work at a professional level. Actors have been using these same scenes to win roles at New York, L.A., and Chicago TV and film studios. Students in acting classes have been using them to advance their acting experience. This book is divided into two categories of scenes: Comedy and Drama. Most scenes are generic, easily adaptable for use by male or female actors.

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Contents

Foreword
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Introduction
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Section One Comedy
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Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Garry Kluger began acting at the age of 8 and continued professionally right up to the time when he realized that the last 8 roles he had auditioned for were all in the elf/leprechaun genre, so he concentrated on his writing. Aside from his books 50 Professional Scenes For Student Actors, 50 More Professional Scenes, and Original Scenes for Actors, Kluger has authored nine plays, 12 documentaries (including one for the famous Discovery Channel Shark Week), three TV series, and over 150 live shows for Disney in the U.S. and internationally. His awards include: Red Carpet Award - from Women In Theatre for contributions to the L.A. theatre scene; Bronze Award from the World Series Of Screenwriting - Play Category - for Aquarius Rising; O'Neill Playwrights Conference 3-Time Semi-Finalist; Participant/Winner/Finalist in the Baltimore Playwrights Festival, Warner International Playwrights Festival, Theatre West's WESTFEST, Pittsburgh New Works Festival, Sterts International Playwrights Festival, and Stage Three Playwrights Festival.

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