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The Director's Voice: Twenty-One Interviews, Volume 1

The Director's Voice: Twenty-One Interviews, Volume 1
Your Price: $24.95 CDN
Author: Arthur Bartow
Publisher: Theatre Communications Group
Format: Softcover
# of Pages: 360
Pub. Date: 1993
ISBN-10: 0930452747
ISBN-13: 9780930452742

About the Book:

Hard to find book, very limited quantities available

This first volume presents a cross-section of the leading stage directors working in the American theatre, in conversation with director/producer Arthur Bartow.

In The Director's Voice: Twenty-One Interviews the foremost American stage directors describe their working process: JoAnne Akalaitis, Arvin Brown, René Buch, Martha Clarke, Gordon Davidson, Robert Falls, Zelda Fichandler, Richard Foreman, Adrian Hall, John Hirsch, Mark Lamos, Marshall W. Mason, Des McAnuff, Gregory Mosher, Harold S. Prince, Lloyd Richards, Peter Sellars, Andrei Serban, Douglas Turner Ward, Robert Woodruff and Garland Wright.

Now in its seventh printing, The Director's Voice: Twenty-One Interviews by Arthur Bartow is often used as a college-level textbook.

About the Author:

Arthur Bartow has worked as a professional actor, producer and director, and was the Chair and Artistic Director of the Drama Department at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. His producing credits include premieres of Miguel Piñero's Short Eyes, Elizabeth Swados' The Beautiful Lady, and Pheof Sutton's Burial Customs. As actor, he portrayed over 70 roles on Broadway, off-Broadway, Las Vegas, touring, and stock. He authored The Director's Voice and edited Training of the American Actor (issued as Handbook of Acting Techniques in England and translated into the Russian).

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