The Actors Book of Classical Monologues



The Actors Book of Classical Monologues Over 150 challenging solo pieces for actors and actresses of all ages have been culled from both well known and lesser known works The monologues range from Greek drama to Restoration comedy and feature a generous supply of Shakespeare. Best Download Books The Actors Book of Classical Monologues Author Stefan Rudnicki – millionapartments.us

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  • Paperback
  • 336 pages
  • The Actors Book of Classical Monologues
  • Stefan Rudnicki
  • English
  • 13 February 2018
  • 0140106766

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  1. Cassie says:

    I m a little disappointed with the selection of Classical scenes the translations are fluffy, the tragedies represented are obvious and there is only one comedic scene presented The selection may be good for a high school introduction to the Greeks, but if you re looking for something of a higher caliber, the selection left something to be desired.The Shakespearean scenes may be on the fluffier side but at least they run the gambit from the bard s portfolio I found myself craving the meati I m a little disappointed with the selection of Classical scenes the translations are fluffy, the tragedies represented are obvious and there is only one comedic scene presented The selection may be good for a high school introduction to the Greeks, but if you re looking for something of a higher caliber, the selection left something to be desired.The Shakespearean scenes may be on the fluffier side but at least they run the gambit from the bard s portfolio I found myself craving the meatier parts of Desdemona and Lady Macbeth, but alas, my hunger went unsatisfied There s quite a bitincluded in the Shakespeare contemporaries section that I would have expected and was surprisingly pleasedThe Restoration section mostly deals with the hard hitters like Wycherley and Dryden, but that s really all you need from that time period if you ask my opinion This seems like a good overview for both teachers and students alike T...

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