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Sources: A Memoir

Sources: A Memoir
Your Price: $26.50 CDN
Author: Uta Hagen
Foreword by: Leticia Ferrer & Teresa Teuscher
Publisher: Champlain Arts
Format: Softcover
# of Pages: 228
Pub. Date: 2019
Edition: Republished
ISBN-10: 098618893X
ISBN-13: 9780986188930

About the Book:

Sources: A memoir is an exceptional book. Uta Hagen, one of the world's most renowned stage actresses, has written a deeply personal memoir of her life, from her childhood in Germany to success in America.

Uta Hagen's life literally was acting. Born June 12, 1919, in Germany, her own journey to the extraordinary began at age 18 when she made her professional stage debut in a Massachusetts production of Hamlet. The Broadway debut came a year later, in 1938. In all, Hagen would go onto appear in more than 20 Broadway productions, including the original staging of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?.

The veteran Broadway star taught acting for more than forty years, alongside her husband Herbert Berghof, at HB Studio, their acting school in New York. HB's long list of famous students includes Matthew Broderick, Sigourney Weaver, Liza Minnelli, Whoopi Goldberg, Jack Lemmon, Judd Hirsch, Jason Robards, Mercedes Ruehl, Ron Silver, Al Pacino, and Maureen Stapleton. She was a voice coach to Judy Garland.

Sources: A memoir is Uta Hagen's lyrical account of the special ways love of nature is intertwined with love of art in her life, providing a rare glimpse of the off-stage life of an actress. Originally published in 1983, this book is republished in 2019 with a foreword by her daughter, Leticia Ferrer, and her grand-daughter Teresa Teuscher to whom Uta Hagen dedicated the book.

About the Author:

Uta Hagen (1919-2004) was one of the most renowned and respected acting teachers of the 20th century. A transcendent actor (she won three Tony awards), life-changing teacher, and honest advocate for the relevance and power of theatre, she was highly sought-after and influential among actors she trained at HB Studio, the renowned New York City dramatic arts studio she ran with her husband Herbert Berghof. She also put in writing what she knew about her craft in her seminal text, Respect for Acting, and her definitive followup, A Challenge for the Actor, both still used by theatre students today. She also authored Sources: A Memoir.

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