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Interview with Anne Bancroft [unedited version].

Author: Anne Bancroft; Lewis Funke; John E Booth
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
Publication:Interviews for the book "Actors talk about acting".
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Bancroft, a film, TV and theater actress associated with the Method Acting school, speaks about the encouragement from her mother to act; her experience in Hollywood and TV before acting in the theater; reasons that made her come back to New York and take up the theater; her director Arthur Penn; getting the part of Gittel Mosca in "Two for the seesaw" and preparing for this role; her role Anne Sullivan in "The  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews (Sound recordings)
Interviews
Named Person: Anne Bancroft; Anne Bancroft
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Anne Bancroft; Lewis Funke; John E Booth
OCLC Number: 848941989
Notes: Title supplied by cataloger.
An edited version of the same interview, conducted by Funke, New York Times editor, and Booth, educational associate and author of numerous articles on theater, for the book "Actors talk about acting" published in 1961, can be found in *LDC 52603.
Performer(s): Anne Bancroft, interviewee ; Lewis Funke, John Booth, interviewers.
Event notes: Recorded
at Bancroft's apartment, NYC
between 1959 and 1960.
Description: 2 audio discs : digital, mono ; 4 3/4 in.
Other Titles: Actors talk about acting.
Interviews for the book "Actors talk about acting".

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Bancroft, a film, TV and theater actress associated with the Method Acting school, speaks about the encouragement from her mother to act; her experience in Hollywood and TV before acting in the theater; reasons that made her come back to New York and take up the theater; her director Arthur Penn; getting the part of Gittel Mosca in "Two for the seesaw" and preparing for this role; her role Anne Sullivan in "The miracle worker;" Stanislavsky's Method and Lee Strasberg in connection with discussing Method School; difference between acting in film and on the stage; her way of preparing for a scene; acting in classics such as Moliere and Shakespeare; taking voice lessons; her lifestyle free of scandals; sincerity on the stage, and more. Throughout the interview, Bancroft's dependency on consulting psychoanalysts is revealed.

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