Teaching Actors

Teaching Actors

Knowledge Transfer in Actor Traning

eBook - 2012
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Teaching Actorsdraws on history, literature, and original research conducted across leading drama schools in England and Australia, to offer those involved in actor training a critical framework within which to think about their work. Prior, who brings to this volume more than twenty years of experience as both a teacher and performer in the field, devotes particular attention to the different ways in which teachers and students acquire and share knowledge through practical craft-based experience. The first book-length treatment of how actor trainers workand understand their workTeaching Actorswill be an invaluable educational resource in an increasingly important area of theater training and research.
Publisher: Bristol [England] : Intellect, 2012
ISBN: 9781841506982
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xxv, 243 pages :) : illustrations
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