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Careers in the Theatre (Kogan Page Careers in)

by Jean Richardson

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Stressing that being involved in the theatre is not just about acting (directing, desiging, publicity), and that drama training can lead to a variety of jobs outside the theatre (from arts administration to teaching), this text takes the reader through the various employment possibilities within drama and the theatre. Following that, the book provides advice for those wishing to begin a career in the theatre - the best ways of getting qualified and then getting in. There are also Useful Addresses and Further Reading sections.… (more)

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Stressing that being involved in the theatre is not just about acting (directing, desiging, publicity), and that drama training can lead to a variety of jobs outside the theatre (from arts administration to teaching), this text takes the reader through the various employment possibilities within drama and the theatre. Following that, the book provides advice for those wishing to begin a career in the theatre - the best ways of getting qualified and then getting in. There are also Useful Addresses and Further Reading sections.

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