Showtime

Showtime

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by Gregory L. Hudson
     
 

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SHOWTIME is the follow-up book to Monologues: Dramatic Monologues For Actors. It is contains 16 hilarious comedic scenes for two actors that range from one to ten minutes in length. All of the scenes are original and are taken from selected plays, films, and television pilots from Gregory's body of work.
Like Monologues, SHOWTIME was written to fill a much

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SHOWTIME is the follow-up book to Monologues: Dramatic Monologues For Actors. It is contains 16 hilarious comedic scenes for two actors that range from one to ten minutes in length. All of the scenes are original and are taken from selected plays, films, and television pilots from Gregory's body of work.
Like Monologues, SHOWTIME was written to fill a much needed void for comedic scenes for black and minority actors; although this book was written for actors of all races. There are the many unique characteristics in this book that separates it from similar books. The characters can be performs by anyone and there are plenty of scenes for males and females, males and males, older males and younger males, and so on.
There are scenes that are appropriate for middle school actors all the way to professional actors. It is the perfect book to produce a show consisting of short comedic scenes for two actors. Also, it is the perfect book for directing funny scenes or shows at high school, colleges, or professional level.
SHOWTIME was written to be a comedic actor and director's dream. The characters in each scene allow the actors to explore a different character through: researching, exploring, and understanding the motivation and objective necessary to bring the character to life. For the director, it allows him/her to utilize, enhance, broaden, and develop many of their skills necessary for directing full-scale productions.
As a literary resource for educators, SHOWTIME includes: a chapter on vernacular, commonly used vernacular terms, a chapter on copyright infringement, a chapter on stage terminology, a chapter on film/television terminology and more. It is an excellent resource to teach: acting, scene study, and character development.
SHOWTIME is original, the characters are diverse, very funny and lots of fun for acting, directing, or teaching.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781456711436
Publisher:
AuthorHouse
Publication date:
03/03/2011
Pages:
116
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.28(d)

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MFA More than 1 year ago
SHOWTIME: Comedic Acting Scenes for Two Actors was written specifically to close a much need vacuum for scene-study materials for actors, directors, coaches and teachers so that they can continously work on their craft. This book is also an excellent book for staging scene productions. In addition to the sixteen hilarious scenes for two actors, there is a chapter on stage terminology, film terminology, and a chapter on commonly used vernacular. For actors who are constantly looking for new and original material to work on during down time or coaches and teachers looking for new materials ... this book will certainly fit the bill. It is the ONLY BOOK of its kind on the market!