With over two hundred dramatic situations, this volume is by far the most extensive sourcebook available for nurturing young actors improvisational work The range is vast Sandra Caruso includes everything from beloved classics to folk and fairy tales to modern realism and contemporary stories, facilitating improvisational work of equal variety Additionally, the book structures situations in such a way that children work in greater depth than theatre games usually require Teachers, parents, directors, and producers can focus on actors development, helping children release interesting and unexpected shades of characterization and uncover unexplored psychological depths While many books on creative drama are geared to a younger age group, this book is divided into two volumes to address a broad range of students, from childhood to adolescence The material has increasing degrees of complexity and can be used with any young actor, whatever his or her level of experience....
|Title||:||The Young Actor's Book of Improvisation: Dramatic Situations from Shakespeare to Spielberg (Vol 1)|
|Publisher||:||Heinemann Drama March 16, 1998|
|Number of Pages||:||198 pages|
|File Size||:||593 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Young Actor's Book of Improvisation: Dramatic Situations from Shakespeare to Spielberg (Vol 1) Reviews
This book was excellent. It really makes you think and go inside the character. It would be a perfect total of five stars if it had more improvisation ideas for one person. Other than that, it great. I really liked it, and if you take a drama class, I recommend you bring it with you for the whole class to share--but make sure nobody tries to [take] it!