By Paul Harvard
An impassioned and worthwhile advisor for actors and scholars of musical theatre.
In Acting via Song,?Paul Harvard takes the suggestions of contemporary actor education - together with the theories of Stanislavsky, Brecht, Meisner and Laban, among others - and applies them to the elemental part of musical theatre: singing.
With dozens of workouts to place those theories into perform, and various examples from a extensive variety of musicals, the result's a accomplished and rigorous performing path for these education in musical theatre or already appearing, even if novice or expert, to grasp their strength - and act better.
'The so much methodical, thorough and useful booklet at the topic that i have ever read.' - Daniel Evans, from his foreword
'If you must maximise your strength during this difficult occupation, this isn't only a must-read - it is your Bible.' - Stuart Barr
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