More Power to You
Hal Leonard Corporation, 2002 - 185 páginas
(Applause Books). More Power to You is acting guru Robert Cohen's follow-up act to his now legendary Acting Power . Now, More Power to You brings together Cohen's most important writing on performance, plays and productions. Among the diverse subjects the reader will learn about are, that Shakespeare's actors cried real tears (and had their methods on how to make the tears flow); that Hamlet was sixteen; what that secret is that British actors have for running off with all the American stage awards, and why kidnapped heiress Patty Hearst robbed that bank (and what that has to do with a book on theatre!).
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Tears And Acting in Shakespeare
Dragging Carcasses to the Firepit Acting Theory Practice and Pedagogy
The English Secret
Answers to Questions
From Middle to Modern Ages
Putting a Tree in a Box
Patty Hearst An Actress Identifying with a Part?
Shakespeares SixteenYearOld Hamlet
Coming of Age in Elsinore
Golden Opinions Sound and Fury
Quinces Moon Disfiguring Reality in A Midsummer Nights Dream
Oedipus and the Absurd Life
Weils God and Becketts Godot
On Translating The Bourgeois Gentleman
The Doctors in Spite of Themselves
Spoken Dialogue in Written Drama
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