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  1. An Actor's Handbook: An Alphabetical Arrangement of Concise Statements on Aspects of Acting by Constantin Stanislavski

    An Actor's Handbook: An Alphabetical Arrangement of Concise Statements on Aspects of Acting by Constantin Stanislavski

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    Stanislavski was the foremost influence on the "Method" school of acting, as developed by Lee Strasberg. Here in concise form is what Stanislavski himself said about acting, aimed at students, experienced theatre people and laymen interested in stage craft. Learn More
  2. The Alexander Technique for Actors by Kelly McEvenue

    The Alexander Technique for Actors by Kelly McEvenue

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    Kelly McEvenue teaches the Alexander Technique, a method of physical relaxation that reduces tension throughout the body. This guide to the technique is specially adapted for actors to promote efficient use of the body. The book includes a series of step-by-step warm-ups and exercises. Learn More
  3. The Actor and His Text by Cicely Berry
  4. Morecambe and Wise: You Can't See the Join by Jeremy Novick
  5. The Reluctant Jester by Michael Bentine

    The Reluctant Jester by Michael Bentine

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    Grandson of a vice-president of Peru, Old Etonian, RAF Intelligence officer, founder-member of "The Goon Show", creator of "It's a Square World", "The Bumblies" and "Potty Time", investigator of the paranormal and explorer, Michael Bentine describes the joys, absurdities and tragedies of his life. Learn More
  6. The Seven Ages of the Theatre by Richard Southern
  7. Drama and Theatre Studies by Simon Cooper

    Drama and Theatre Studies by Simon Cooper

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    Structure and styling remain consistent with the bestselling current edition, and the same author team has been used to maintain the high standard of material that has proved so popular with students and teachers. Learn More
  8. An Actor Prepares by Constantin Stanislavski

    An Actor Prepares by Constantin Stanislavski

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    No-one has had greater influence on acting as we know it than Stanislavski. His 'system' or interpretations of it - has become the central force determining almost every performance we see on stage or screen. His teaching is principally set out in three f Learn More
  9. Letters to George: The Account of a Rehearsal by Max Stafford-Clark

    Letters to George: The Account of a Rehearsal by Max Stafford-Clark

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    A reissued paperback of an account of how a theatre director stages a play, written in the form of letters to George Farquhar, the Restoration writer of THE RECRUITING OFFICER, which describe each part of the rehearsal process. First published in 1989. Learn More
  10. The Penguin Dictionary of the Theatre by Jonathan Law

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