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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: