The games in this workbook for acting students are divided into twenty different categories, including Relaxtion, Memorization, and Improvisation. The author explains the instructions for each game in a clear manner, including tips on student placement, the appropriate number of participants, and modifications for varying ages. He also offers possible variables for each game. Examples of discussion questions are available for almost every activity. These questions help the reader get an idea of possible student reactions and enhance understanding of the reason behind each game. In the final paragraph of each description, Levy explains the purpose behind the game, be it improving focus, enhancing projection, interpreting body language, or any of the many other objectives described. The organized method of presentation is a true asset to this collection. The reader can quickly access the instructions for the activity and see what skill the game seeks to enhance. Although this book is intended for acting teachers, many games could be used in other settings. Several of the activities make excellent icebreakers, which can be used in any situation involving a new group. The relaxation exercises could be used in many different circumstances. Many of these activities could simply be fun games to play with any group. This book is a definite asset to any drama teacher. 2005, Meriwether, 237p.; Further Reading., pb. Ages adult professional.