Drama Improvised: A Source Book for Teachers and Therapists
J. Garnet Miller, 1997 - 88 Seiten
Improvisation lies at the root of actor training, educational drama, role play and drama therapy, but for many it is still a daunting prospect or an activity which taxes the imagination. In this completely revised edition of this classic book on the subject, Kenneth Pickering provides a thoroughly practical, accessible, and inexpensive guide to using improvisation in a wide variety of situations. Teachers, organizers of drama workshops, therapists and trainers will all find this book a source of constant help.
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