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Voice and the Actor 1st Edition
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This book shows how deep her knowledge is and how to understand, find and release your voice. I use a lot of very different training methods as well - and, at the same time, know that Cicely is the queen of acting voice coaches. Buy the book and be prepared to work with it. If you don't want to work, don't bother to buy it!
Well done Cicely!
I have still have my original copy and while I am no longer an actor, I feel it is a valuable read for even those considering public speaking and giving lecture demonstrations.
Forget about the Actor's Studio and naturalistic acting! We're paying huge prices for theater in New York City and I want to hear every, single word spoken on that stage. Dagnabbit. Cicely Berry's book will have you speaking Harold Pinter and Shakespeare as if you were born for it.
I am a theater goer rather than an professional, yet this book helped me understand the theater better and overcome some personal voice issues. If there is a slight caution with this book, it would be to say that the vowels are approached from a British standpoint.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
The book arrived quickly and was the right book for my class. Thank you.Published 11 months ago by Philip Herbert
gave me a different perspective on voice work in the theatre.Published 22 months ago by Molly McCarty
I didn't read much of this book it was required for a class and didn't have to read much out of it.Published on June 8, 2013 by Cassie Bowers
A very informative book. Lots of good diction and breathing exercizes. I would definitely recommend this book to any actor who wants to do classical theatre, or just improve... Read morePublished on September 19, 2009 by E.M. Renraw