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Acting in documentary theatre
Call Number: PN2058 .C36 2013
ISBN: 9781137019714

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The Routledge companion to Stanislavsky
Call Number: PN2728.S78 R68 2014
ISBN: 9780415535649

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Acting power the 21st century edition
Call Number: Online versions avail.
ISBN: 0415658462

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Inner monologue in acting
Call Number: PN2071.P78 R69 2013
ISBN: 9781137354273

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Acting and performance for animation
Call Number: NC1765 .H34 2013
ISBN: 9780240812397

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The expressive actor : integrated voice, movement and acting training
Call Number: PN2061 .L83 2012
ISBN: 9780415669306

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Shadow of a mouse : performance, belief, and world-making in animation
Call Number: NC1765 .C73 2013
ISBN: 9780520261037

 

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Sarah Kay-Poetess/Storyteller

Spoken-word poet Sarah Kay was stunned to find she couldn’t be a princess, ballerina and astronaut all in one lifetime. In this talk from TEDxEast, she delivers two powerful poems that show us how we can live other lives.

A performing poet since she was 14 years old, Sarah Kay is the founder of Project V.O.I.C.E., teaching poetry and self-expression at schools across the United States.

 

Esther K. Chae - TED Fellows

Esther Chae’s one-woman show, So the Arrow Flies, is about North Korean espionage, post-9/11 themes of conflicting ideologies, government sanctioned torture, and how changing political tides affect one’s family. After learning how the piece resonated with international audiences, Esther is eager to take her work to a whole new level. Like the protagonist in Glass Mask (Yu-ri Ga-myun), the epic comic book that inspired her as a child, Esther is meeting new changes in her life with energy and strength.

 

Patsy Rodenburg: Why I do theater

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