Published March 2007
by Meriwether Publishing .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||233|
Forty-two selections from thirty-eight of the best new plays, culled from around the country, address the major trends and conflicts of today through revealing glimpses of society as we know it. Scenes are varied in tone and content, with humor, pathos, reflection, poignancy, angst and other qualities for dramatic : More Scenes and Monologs from the Best New Plays: An Anthology of New Dramatic Writing from Professionally Produced Plays: Editor: Roger Ellis: Publisher: Meriwether Pub., Original from: the. More Scenes and Monologs from the Best New Plays This sequel edition contains new works from plays produced in the US and Europe. It offers young actors a broad spectrum of challenges with contemporary styles and relevant topics in a variety of lengths. In addition to the scenes and monologues, the drama book includes nineteen useful exercises for strengthening acting skills. More scenes and monologs from the best new plays: an anthology of new dramatic writing from professionally produced plays /. Bibliographic Details. Other Authors: Ellis, Roger, May .
Scenes and Monologues from the Best Plays: An Anthology of New Dramatic Writing from Professionally Produced American Plays by A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner Rating: % positive. New plays get published each week and our expanding collection of free contemporary monologues, scripts and scenes are available for your creative endeavors. 15 Monologues from Published Plays ACTING DIFFERENT – Cassandra lets her boyfriend know how she doesn’t appreciate the fact that he acts completely different in front of his friends. The Actor's Book of Movie Monologues by Marisa Smith The Actor's Book of Scenes from New Plays by Eric Lane (Editor), Nina Shengold Great Scenes and Monologues for Actors by Michael Schulman (Editor), Eva Mekler The Audition Sourcebook: Do's, Don'ts, and an Online Guide to 2,+ Monologues and Musical Excerpts by Randall Richardson, Don Sandley. Search Monologues Are you looking for monologues for your audition or acting class? Here you can search monologues from movies, plays, television and books according to gender, source material, type (dramatic, comic, serio-comic), main action/emotions explored, period, genre or specific keywords (e.g. title or author).
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