Bloomsbury Academic, 1991 - Počet stran: 274
About Acting - formerly titled The Complete About Acting - has
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A play should always be acted as quickly as possible , though ' as possible ' is very much the controller of that dictum . Some bits are bound to be slow ; but cues can often be more sharply taken , changes of tone more surprisingly ...
Oh , he was very practical and encouraged us to be as true and as natural as possible , ' said one of the Russians , hoping that would be enough ; they got asked it a lot . ' What he was really writing in all his books , you see ...
A young actor told me that he now tries to choose pieces which are as apt as possible for the place he finds himself in : he had sunk with embarrassment , apparently , shouting a big , declamatory piece of Shakespeare in a tiny room .
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Peter Barkworth: an actor of the utmost skill and refinement, whose physical control and spiritual awareness has always had a jewel-like gleam and precision. John Peter, The Sunday Times About Acting ... Přečíst celou recenzi
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