I D Recommend This Book To Anyone Wanting An Introduction To Stanislavksi Or Chekhov Or Acting In General Matt Peover, Trainer And Theater Director, London Academy Of Music And Dramatic ArtAn Inspiring And Technically Thorough Practical Book For Actors That Sets Down A Systematic And Coherent Process For Organic From The Inside Out Experienced Emotion Acting The Author Offers A Step By Step, Stanislavski Based Approach To Text, Role, And Performance To Be Used In Everyday Work And Gathers Together In One Volume The Essential Tools That Serve To Re Create Human Experience John Gillett Builds On His Experience Of Teaching At Drama School Level As Well As Thirty Years Of Acting For Those Acting Students And Professional Actors Who Have Become Mystified And Frustrated With Trying To Understand Stanislavski S Approach, This Book Is An Accessible Guide To Inspire A Truly Real And Audience Captivating Performance. Gillett spends too much time criticizing Mamet and praising Chekhov However, he does have some really fine pointers and tips about how to go about acting for theater Also, his book is squarely British and spends a lot of time criticizing the British view towards acting.
- 314 pages
- Acting on Impulse: The Stanislavski Approach: A practical workbook for actors
- John Gillett
- 28 June 2019 John Gillett