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The Art of Acting

By: Carlton Colyer with a foreword by Arthur Storch

Age Level: All Ages

Anyone who is really serious about being an actor or teaching true acting techniques needs this theatre book. Leading professionals believe it will be one of the best acting texts ever published. The author has performed on stage, film, and TV opposite many of theatre’s leading actors and actresses. In a step-by-step process, Carlton Colyer leads the actor in building a technique and then fully explains how to put that technique to work from basic exercises to multidimensional performances. More than fundamentals, this book covers the complete actor-training process from amateur to professional level.

(232 pages, 5½ x 8½, paperback)

This title is now carried by Pioneer Drama Service.  Click here to order on Pioneer's web site.