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Voice and Speech Training in the New Millennium : Conversations with Master Teachers,9781617740589

Voice and Speech Training in the New Millennium : Conversations with Master Teachers

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9781617740589

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1617740586
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Pub. Date:
5/1/2011
Publisher(s):
Hal Leonard Corp
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Summary

Voice and speech training has long been a part of the fabric of actor training and the training of those whose task it has been to persuade through the voice: primarily actors, politicians, lawyers, and other public speakers. Voice and Speech Training in the New Millennium is a collection of interviews with 24 of today's leading voice and speech teachers, each of whom has contributed to the advancement of the field and made today's training a cutting edge component of actor training. Included are interviews with master teachers Richard Armstrong, Cicely Berry, Patsy Rodenburg, Kristin Linklater, Catherine Fitzmaurice, Dudley Knight, Robert Barton, Rocco DalVera, Natsuko Ohama, Nancy Krebs, Bonnie Raphael, Susan Sweeney, Fran Bennett, Louis Colaianni, Nancy Houfek, Jan Gist, Andrea Haring, Saul Kotzubei, Robert Neff Williams, Andrew Wade, David Carey, Phil Thompson, Deb Kinghorn, and Gillian Lane-Plescia. Amidst their similarities and differences in approach is a unified spirit and acknowledgment that voice work is of fundamental importance to the actor's training process and has the potential to resonate profoundly with the actor and with the audience.

Author Biography

Nancy Saklad teaches voice and speech and acting at the State University of New York at New Paltz. She is a professional freelance director and voice and speech coach. Saklad lives in Kingston, New York.

Table of Contents

Prefacep. ix
Acknowledgmentsp. xi
Introductionp. 1
Richard Armstrongp. 17
Robert Bartonp. 29
Fran Bennettp. 39
Cicely Berryp. 49
David Careyp. 59
Louis Colaiannip. 69
Rocco Dal Verap. 81
Catherine Fitzmauricep. 93
Jan Gistp. 105
Andrea Haringp. 115
Nancy Houfekp. 125
Deb Kinghornp. 135
Dudley Knightp. 145
Saul Kotzubeip. 157
Nancy Krebsp. 169
Gillian Lane-Plesciap. 181
Kristin Linklaterp. 193
Natsuko Ohamap. 203
Bonnie Raphaelp. 211
Patsy Rodenburgp. 221
Susan Sweeneyp. 231
Philip Thompsonp. 243
Andrew Wadep. 253
Robert Neff Williamsp. 263
Afterwordp. 275
Appendixp. 277
Bibliographyp. 281
Indexp. 283
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