Radioactive monologues for men: for radio, stage and screen

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Methuen Drama, Oct 1, 2006 - Drama - 97 pages
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Radioactive Monologues for Mendraws together over thirty extracts from the best contemporary plays for radio and stage. Designed as a resource for actors working in radio, theatre or television, this collection of extracts is perfect for audition and performance work. The volume features introductions to each piece together with an essay on the challenges, skills and rewards of radio acting. For those starting out or already experienced in radio work, Radioactive Monologues for Men is an explosive selection of scenes from the freshest plays, including The Absence of Warby David Hare, Five Kinds of Silenceby Shelagh Stephenson and The Revengers' Comediesby Alan Ayckbourn.

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Contents

Introduction by Marina Caldarone and Marilyn Le Conte
1
The Absence of War by David Hare
8
Babies by Jonathan Harvey
14
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Marilyn Le Conte is lecturer in radio acting at the Royal Welsh
College of Music and Drama, and teaches radio modules at Liverpool
Institute for Performing Arts.

Marina Caldarone is radio tutor at Rose Bruford College and
East 15 and has been actively involved in actor training, working in
most of Britain's leading drama schools.

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