Acting in Documentary Theatre
By: Tom Cantrell (author)Paperback
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Using new interview material with actors, directors and writers, this book explores the challenges of performance in documentary theatre. Through a series of high profile case studies, Cantrell uses acting theory to examine the actors' complex processes, and makes a significant contribution to our understanding of stage performance.
Tom Cantrell is Lecturer in drama at the University of York, UK. He recently co-edited Playing for Real: Actors on Playing Real People with Mary Luckhurst. He continues to publish on acting processes and documentary forms, and is currently researching acting for the small screen.
List of Illustrations Acknowledgements Introduction 1. Talking to Terrorists 2. My Name is Rachel Corrie 3. Called to Account 4. The Girlfriend Experience Bibliography Index
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