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Great scenes and monologues for actors

Great scenes and monologues for actors

Author: Michael Schulman; Eva Mekler
Publisher: New York, NY : St. Martin's Press, 1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
Over 80 scenes and monologues from the finest plays of all time.
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Genre/Form: monologues
Monologues (Drama)
Monologues (Théâtre)
Material Type: Juvenile audience, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Schulman; Eva Mekler
ISBN: 0312966547 9780312966546
OCLC Number: 39740651
Description: xxxvi, 330 pages ; 18 cm
Contents: The dining room / by A.R. Gurney --
A month in the country / by Ivan Turgenev ; translation by Richard Freeborn --
The fourposter / Jan de Hartog --
Extremities / by William Mastrosimone --
The death of a miner / by Paula Cizmar --
Later life / by A.R. Gurney. Monday after the miracle / by William Gibson --
The three sisters / by Anton Chekhov ; translation by Ann Dunnigan --
Hurlyburly / by David Rabe --
Beyond therapy / by Christopher Durang --
The sea gull / by Anton Chekhov ; translation by Ann Dunnigan --
Annie and Arthur / by Michael Schulman --
Dylan / by Sidney Michaels --
Amadeus / by Peter Shaffer --
Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune / by Terrence McNally --
An ideal husband / by Oscar Wilde. Measure for measure / by William Shakespeare --
Much ado about nothing / by William Shakespeare --
King Richard III / by William Shakespeare --
Macbeth / by William Shakespeare --
The taming of the shrew / by William Shakespeare --
Julius Caesar / by William Shakespeare --
Twelfth night; or, what you will / by William Shakespeare --
The two gentlemen of Verona / by William Shakespeare --
Romeo and Juliet / by William Shakespeare --
A midsummer-night's dream / by William Shakespeare --
The winter's tale / by William Shakespeare --
Hamlet / by William Shakespeare --
King Lear / by William Shakespeare --
King Richard II / by William Shakespeare. A taste of honey / by Shelagh Delaney --
The Miss Firecracker contest / by Beth Henley --
All the way home / Tad Mosel --
Isn't it romantic / by Wendy Wasserstein --
Playing for time / by Arthur Miller --
Anton Chekhov's "the duel" / adapted by Michael Schulman and Eva Mekler ; translation by Ann Dunnigan --
Come back to the 5 and dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean / by Ed Graczyk --
Absent friends / Alan Ayckbourn --
Sylvia / by A.R. Gurney --
Steel Magnolias / by Robert Harling --
Piaf / by Pam Gems --
Twelfth night; or what you will / William Shakespeare. Speed-the-plow / by David Mamet --
Suburbia / by Eric Bogosian --
Other people's money / by Jerry Sterner --
Glengarry Glen Ross / by David Mamet --
Cover / by Jeffrey Sweet, with Stephen Johnson and Sandra Hastie --
Sight unseen / by Donald Margulies --
I hate Hamlet / by Paul Rudnick --
Breaking the code / by Hugh Whitemore --
Bent / by Martin Sherman --
Blobo's boy / by Albert J. Zuckerman. A coupla white chicks sitting around talking / by John Ford Noonan --
Absent friends / Alan Ayckbourn --
Master class / by Terrence McNally --
Say goodnight, Gracie / by Ralph Pape --
Double solitaire / by Robert Anderson --
Uncle Vanya / by Anton Chekhov ; translation by Ann Dunnigan --
Three tall women / by Edward Albee --
Sexual perversity in Chicago / by David Mamet --
Seascape with sharks and dancer / by Don Nigro --
Eat your heart out / by Nick Hall --
The faculty lounge / by Michael Schulman. Whiskey / by Terrence McNally --
Ivanov / by Anton Chekhov ; translation by Ann Dunnigan --
Conversations with my father / by Herb Gardner --
The house of blue leaves / by John Guare --
A delicate balance / by Edward Albee --
The substance of fire / by Jon Robin Baitz --
Steambath / by Bruce Jay Friedman --
One for the road / by Harold Pinter --
Lips together, teeth apart / by Terrence McNally --
Lolita / by Edward Albee, adapted from the novel by Vladimir Nabokov --
Death of a salesman / by Arthur Miller.
Responsibility: [compiled by] Michael Schulman and Eva Mekler.
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Designed for acting students or those involved in the profession, this text can also serve as a tool for the novice who wants to improve their self-confidence when giving public speeches. The scenes  Read more...


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