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The Anatomy of a Choice: An Actor's Guide to Text Analysis

by Maura Vaughn

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How does an actor bring a script to life? The actor must know how to read a script, break it down, and mine all of its clues in order to make the most effective choices. The Anatomy of a Choice: An Actor's Guide to Text Analysis offers the actor a concrete method for approaching a script. This guide details a simple process to discover and define a character's scene and super-objective, obstacle, beats, and tactics. It includes practical information on how to build a character how best to use rehearsal time, and what to do when nothing is working. Book jacket.… (more)
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