Acting Shakespeare's Language - The Actor's Toolkit (Paperback)Andy Hinds (author)
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Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Number of pages: 152
Weight: 366 g
Dimensions: 216 x 138 x 23 mm
Even highly experienced and knowledgeable readers will encounter new ideas or practices throughout the entirety of the book... a major practical tool for actors, directors, students, teachers and Shakespeare aficionados... this book could be considered a primary source of knowledge and practice in Shakespearean performance. Highly recommended. * Marc Silberschatz, Scottish Journal of Performance *
Andy Hinds offers a rich and detailed path towards a precise contact with the challenge of speaking and inhabiting Shakespeare's language. This book is an immensely useful resource for anyone teaching, speaking and acting Shakespeare. * Ralph Fiennes *
Brilliantly practical and precise in exploring the ways students/actors (young and old) can get to grips with the extraordinary language of Shakespeare in a real way. * Ciaran Hinds, Actor *
The complete "Acting Shakespeare" toolkit. Ideal for any actor or student preparing speeches for auditions. * Joely Richardson, Actor *
"Acting Shakespeare's Language" is having your own personal acting coach at your fingertips. This book is an essential. * Kenneth Noel Mitchell, Tisch School of the Arts at NYU *
This is an immensely useful book. * Geoff Bullen, Associate Director at RADA *
Ideal for lone study, for coaching one to one,or teaching in a class or group. * Colm Hefferon, Lecturer in Drama Education at Dublin City University *
Especially interesting on the shifts in language in Shakespeare's plays and what they signify...an accessible, thorough book * Susan Elkin, The Stage *
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