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Author(s): Ben Cunningham
A Working Approach to the Art Elements and Principles or Organization is available in paperback or electronic versions and is the perfect textbook for any two-dimensional design classroom. The author has produced clear and engaging explanatory chapters, integrated with carefully designed assignments created during more than twenty years of teaching. Whether you are a full professor or fresh out of graduate school, this combination textbook and workbook will provide a structure from which to base and build a dynamic course.
Author(s): Julia Fulton
Acting for Camera, written from the actor’s point of view, teaches
how to listen and think on camera, and apply all you know quickly and
efficiently. This book is a practical handbook with an effective technique for
giving a great and unique performance.
In Acting for Camera, you will discover
the following tools for acting for the camera:
Author(s): Daisy Folsom
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Author(s): Tom McNally
Acting: The Active Process is not a text about theory only, but a hands-on, classroom-friendly, doable process. It forces actors to ask the right questions: What do I want? What's in my way? What tactic do I select to get what I want? Where does the scene start/end and how did it get there. All of these principles are centered in the author's major advice: "Acting is about one character trying to get another character to do something."
Organized into six chapters, Acting: The Active Process:
Author(s): Judith Pender
Primarily targeting students who are working in Realism, Acting: What To Do provides a basis for work in all genres and styles in acting. This text provides material on both serious drama and comedy, and all the sub genres of Realism of the late nineteenth and twenty-first centuries.
Acting: What To Do: