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In The Scene Study Book, award-winning professor Bruce Miller explored the entire scene study process. In his follow-up book, Acting Solo, he addresses what aspects of your craft to work on, even when working alone, that will help you survive and grow as an actor.
Bruce Miller is an associate professor and the Director of Acting Programs at the University of Miami, where he teaches acting, directing, and script analysis. He is the author of The Scene Study Book (Limelight Editions), The Actor as Storyteller (McGraw-Hill), and Head-first Acting (Smith and Kraus). Miller's articles on acting appear regularly in Dramatics magazine and Teaching Theatre.
Table of Contents
|Analysis and Homework: Here-and-Now Things|
|Working a Monologue||p. 3|
|More on Monologue||p. 21|
|Preparing to Act a Song||p. 39|
|Putting the Song Across||p. 51|
|Acting in Comedy||p. 65|
|Acting Shakespeare||p. 77|
|Style-Finding the World of the Play||p. 105|
|Ongoing and Long-Term Things|
|Making Yourself Director-Proof||p. 117|
|Relaxation and Emotion||p. 143|
|Putting Your Solo Together||p. 157|
|Learning to View Drama and Theatre Critically||p. 173|
|Mastering Your Craft||p. 185|
|Glossary of Acting Terms||p. 199|
|A Final Note||p. 219|
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