Acting solo: the art of one-man shows

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Moonstone Press, 1989 - Performing Arts - 214 pages
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The history of one-person theater goes back to 18th-century England and the satirist Samuel Foote. It has since evolved into a serious form of theater as performed by such noted soloists as Ruth ... Read full review


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