Read libro Acting-The First Six Lessons by Richard Boleslavsky. The master acting teacher Richard Boleslavsky presents his acting theory and technique in a lively and accessible narrative form. Widely considered a must-have for beginning as well as established actors, Boleslavsky’s work has long helped actors…
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The master acting teacher Richard Boleslavsky presents his acting theory and technique in a lively and accessible narrative form. Widely considered a must-have for beginning as well as established actors, Boleslavsky’s work has long helped actors better understand the craft of acting and what it takes to grow as an artist. He has taught generations of some of the best stage and screen actors and actresses. Written in the form of a series of dialogues, these lessons aim to inform and instruct the budding actor on some of the basic principles of acting and learning to act. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Richard Boleslavsky (1889-1937) was a Polish actor and director. He was a member of the Moscow Art Theatre and director of its First Studio. He immigrated to New York in the 1920s and was the first teacher of the Stanislavski system of acting in the West. He went on to produce plays on Broadway and was a leading Hollywood director in the 1930s. His knowledge of the theater was based on an impressive depth and breadth of experience.
- Título del libro : Acting-The First Six Lessons
- Idioma : es
- Autor del libro : Richard Boleslavsky
- Categoría : Artes escénicas
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