Bloomsbury Academic, 1991 - 274 sider
About Acting - formerly titled The Complete About Acting - has
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The idea behind it is that your own face should be obliterated by Leichner No. 5 and a new face , the face of the character , should be painted on . How things have changed ! Nowadays actors wear hardly any make - up , and use it only ...
The difficulties about playing the public figures who so dominate Shakespeare's plays have always fascinated me , for the actors have the double task of finding the true public face of these characters , and the true private face as ...
In all programmes , other than plays , the performers are putting on a public face . They are aware of the camera and , through the camera , of the millions of viewers they are addressing . Newsreaders have a public face : composed ...
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Peter Barkworth: an actor of the utmost skill and refinement, whose physical control and spiritual awareness has always had a jewel-like gleam and precision. John Peter, The Sunday Times About Acting ... Læs hele anmeldelsen