THE ART OF ACTING SERIES
THE ART OF ACTING 3: Shakespeare's Verse By Daniel Foster
As most of you know, performing Shakespeare often requires the speaking of verse, usually blank verse, with a rhyming couplet at the end of certain soliloquies.
THE ART OF ACTING 4: Two Actors Dialogue
THE ART OF ACTING 5: Discipline and Commitment From Acting One By Robert Cohen
Discipline is the flip side of imagination. It is the final element in an actor's instrument and the one that should be taken for granted by the time an actor begins serious study.
THE ART OF ACTING 6: Notes From A David Mamet Workshop
THE ART OF ACTING 7: Necessary Habits For the Actor By Bob Fraser
These are bottom line (absolutely necessary) habitual behaviors that every actor must possess.
THE ART OF ACTING 8: Sample Resume from Casting Director Donise Hardy
THE ART OF ACTING 9: Sample Resume with variations
THE ACTOR'S FORUM
THE ACTOR'S LIBRARY
FILMS YOU SHOULD SEE
JOHN GIELGUD RECITES WILLIAM SHAKESPEAR'S SONNETS
One of the eminent Shakespearean actors of the 20th Century gives voice to a number of Shakespeare's finest poems.