The Actor and His Text
Harrap, 1987 - 285 Seiten
This book sets out to apply the methods of voice production directly and practically to the speaking of text. Specifically, it addresses the problem of how to infuse life and meaning into words that are first encountered on the printed page.
Attitudes to Voice and Text
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