Acting Classes: Design Your Dream-Self & Attract Your Dream Life
Acting Classes lays out 6 easy & fun steps for ANYONE to design their dream self, as if designing a role of some fantastic movie, then effectively slip into that role, therefore becoming that person and attracting that dream life.
Essentially being a step-by-step guideline describing, literally, how to design your dream-self based on admirable characteristics of others and attract your dream life, this book is your key to unlocking the universal door that leads to the very best life you dream of and beyond.
Sound farfetched? This same system has been used by the author to go from sleeping couch to couch & eating at the Salvation Army to retiring family members, developing a circle of influential leaders changing lives for the better and paying cash for luxury cars & million dollar homes! IT WORKS!
Check out the mini-stories the author shares from his personal life in which he gives examples of himself and others applying these world-altering steps. Heck, once you apply these steps & attract your dream life, make sure to share your dream acquisition with us! ENJOY!
Acting Class: Take a Seat
Previously only available to Katselas' students at the prestigious Beverly Hills Playhouse, Acting Class presents the concepts and methods that have helped lead a generation of actors to success on stage, in cinema, and on television. Now for the first time, this all-encompassing book is available to the general public, taking readers and sitting them in the legendary acting class of Milton Katselas, where he not only covers techniques and methods, but also includes valuable discussions on the attitude any artist needs to fulfill his or her dream.
Acting Right: Building a Cooperative, Collaborative, Creative Classroom Community Through Drama (Acting Right; Arts Integration)
Acting Right is the leading work on using drama to teach behavior. This step-by-step approach integrates engaging aspects of drama with effective elements of classroom management to empower students to take ownership of and be responsible for their own behavior. Used in classrooms across the country, these strategies help create the behavioral literacy necessary for students to concentrate, cooperate, collaborate and establish a sense of calm, focus, and balance in the classroom.
Sean Layne is the founder of Focus 5, Inc., an arts education consulting company providing professional learning opportunities to schools, school districts, performing arts centers, arts organizations, and museums around the country. Sean has worked in the field of arts integration for 30 years. He is a national teaching artist for The John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts in Washington, DC. He designs arts integration training seminars for teaching artists for The Kennedy Center and is also a course leader and arts coach for their Changing Education Through the Arts program. For over a decade Sean was a professional actor as well as a Master Artist for the Wolf Trap Institute Early Learning Through the Arts program.
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275 Acting Games: Connected: A Comprehensive Workbook of Theatre Games for Developing Acting Skills
With almost three hundred performance-tested acting games, this is the largest collection published to date. The book is divided into thirty-three sections including: Audition, Concentration and Focus, Voice, Ensemble, Action and Reaction, Improvisation, Knowing Your Objective, Performance, Thinking outside the Box, Spatial Awareness, Nonverbal Communication, Making Choices, Releasing Inhibitions, The Physical Actor and many more. Like his earlier book, each of the exercises includes a defined purpose, a description of the game, discussion guidelines, and teaching variation suggestions. This book goes one step further and provides an "industry connection" for every game. This new Industry Connection paragraph consists of real-life examples and discussion aids connected to the acting profession, designed to promote growth and motivate actors to excel. The depth that this book delves into with each exercise gives instructors of all experience levels the tools they need to teach techniques, hold group discussions, and guide students with leading questions. Levy's observations are based on over 20 years of experience training students to meet the differing challenges of the stage, the screen, and broadcasting. This is truly a comprehensive resource for teachers who want to help their students connect to the modern craft of acting.
- Meriwether Publishing
Master Class. (Acting Edition for Theater Productions)
- Used Book in Good Condition
Short Scenes for Auditions and Acting Class
How to select and present short two-person acting scenes by your casting type, skill type and genre. Great for auditions and acting classes. Includes 25 original scenes identified by gender, age range and genre.
Mastering Shakespeare: An Acting Class in Seven Scenes
Who says only the British can act Shakespeare? In this unique guide, a veteran acting coach shatters that myth with a boldly American approach to the Bard. Written in the form of a play, this volume's "characters" include a master teacher and 16 students grappling with the challenges of acting Shakespeare. Using actual speeches from 32 of Shakespeare's plays, each of the book's six "scenes" offer proven solutions to such acting problems as delivering spoken subtext, using physical actions to orchestrate a speech, creating images within a speech, dividing a speech into measures, and much more.
Curse of the Starving Class. (Acting Edition for Theater Productions)
Book by Sam Shepard, Shepard, Sam
- Used Book in Good Condition
There were the two Matt's, one had reddish blond hair and a real jokester, and the second was tall, dark, and somewhat intimidating. Next was Sean, he was tall, kind of cute, he reminded me of the type of guy you would immediately write off as a tough guy, but then when you get to know him he's a total teddy bear. Next was Ed, short, kind of chubby, very friendly and funny. Then there was Jeff, he was totally cute, and the kind of guy you just want to have talk to you for five minutes, have him touch your hand and vow to never wash that hand again.
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