The Actor at Work

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Allyn and Bacon, Apr 1, 2000 - Performing Arts - 256 pages
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For over twenty years, Robert Benedetti's highly acclaimed The Actor at Work has offered students a thorough focus on the underlying principles of the acting process. Now in its eighth edition, The Actor at Work continues to present an experiential sequence of exercises designed to help actors develop a complete understanding of the physical, vocal, analytical, and ethical aspects of the actor's art. For anyone interested in acting.

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The Actor in You
The Creative State
Centering and Moving

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