One Hundred Women's Stage Monologues from the 1980's by Jocelyn A. Beard, Paperback | Barnes & Noble
One Hundred Women's Stage Monologues from the 1980's

One Hundred Women's Stage Monologues from the 1980's

by Jocelyn A. Beard
     
 
A magnificent collection of monologues, with settings ranging from international, historical, and political to urban and down-home country life, these speeches offer actors an impressive variety of female character roles.

Overview

A magnificent collection of monologues, with settings ranging from international, historical, and political to urban and down-home country life, these speeches offer actors an impressive variety of female character roles.

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The Coast Book Review Service
It is hard to imagine any actor or acting student who would not benefit greatly from these titles which are enlightening a great pleasure to read and filled with lines that literally jump off the page. An outstanding group of books, most highly recommended.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780962272295
Publisher:
Smith & Kraus, Inc.
Publication date:
10/28/1991
Series:
Monologue Audition Series
Edition description:
1st ed
Pages:
195
Sales rank:
1,105,888
Product dimensions:
5.15(w) x 7.88(h) x 0.52(d)

Meet the Author

Playwright/Editor JOCELYN A. BEARD, a veteran of NYU's film school and the Yale School of Drama, has edited almost forty monologue books for Smith and Kraus. Her Screenplay, Igor and the Lunatics, was made into a feature film and subsequently listed in Heavy Metal magazine as "One of the 10 Sleaziest Movies Ever Made!" Notwithstanding, Jocelyn lives in an old haunted house in the Hudson River Valley with her husband, Kevin Kitowski, their beautiful daughter, Blythe, and lots of dogs.

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