Acting: Conversations with Working Actors

Though mostly monologues, they include enough exercises and student responses to get the flavor of Adler’s work. Some themes run through these classes: American culture is bankrupt, Lee Strasberg got Stanislavsky wrong, and class and its formality must be learned in order to do major plays through the realist period. This is required reading for anyone interested in theater practice.

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