By: Lyn Haill (author)Paperback
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In 1986, Peter Gill, the then director of the National Theatre Studio, sent a group of young actors to interview their seniors about speaking on stage. The transcripts provide fascinating insights into the theatre of the past, but they also show how little has changed: the actor's primary tools are still the body and voice. Actors interviewed include Harry Andrews, Alec Guinness, Rex Harrison, Robert Stephens and Margaret Tyzack, with notes from John Gielgud. Peter Gill provides an introduction.
Lyn Haill is Head of Publications at the National Theatre. Her other books include Darkness Illuminated: Discussions on Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials, Asking Around: A Handbook to the Hare Trilogy and In Rehearsal at the National. Peter Gill a director and playwright. Formerly an associate director of the National Theatre, he was founding director of the National Theatre Studio and of the Riverside Studios.
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