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Tips: Ideas for Directors (Art of Theater Series) (edition 2002)

by Jon Jory

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Title:Tips: Ideas for Directors (Art of Theater Series)
Authors:Jon Jory
Info:Smith & Kraus (2002), Edition: 1, Paperback, 263 pages
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Amazon: Fabulous gem of a book - all the things you thought you knew/learned/mastered.... Pithy, humorous, witty AND to the point, these tips are organized in a great form that's suitable for flipping through for ideas to set that next rehearsal on fire, hold more useful auditions, give clearer notes, or get through opening night.... Jory covers all the bases in this worthy companion to Tips for Actors, which every actor(and director!) should own. ( )
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