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Streamlining: The First Line Learning Technique

Streamlining: The First Line Learning Technique
Your Price: $39.95 CDN
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Author: Deanne Henry
Publisher: Corel Corporation Limited
Format: Softcover
# of Pages: 174
Pub. Date: 2002
ISBN-10: 0973536500
ISBN-13: 9780973536508

About the Book:

Memorizing a script isn't like memorizing a regular piece of text, but many actors treat it the same way. Yet there's so much more going on than words: feelings, colours, emotions, your breath, how you stand, where your voice is coming from, what did you just do, your objective with the words….

Where did those lines go? They were here a minute ago…. Imagine what it would be like never to worry about your lines again. How much confidence you would feel, if the words came to you like everyday conversation. How easy it would be to take direction, if you weren't locked in your head trying to remember your lines.

Well, that's where the memorization technique of Streamlining comes in to benefit the actor. While it may seem like a simple technique when she first explains it, Deanne Henry has developed a whole new way of approaching text that — just like any other fresh approach to something you're used to — takes more than five minutes of attention to wrap your head around how to use it fully.

Streamlining the workbook, is a user-friendly, easily comprehended system, which guides you to a new excellence and a thrilling freedom in your work. It is fun, and gets you involved right off the top. Virtually hundreds of actors across North America have had their eyes opened as they have succeeded with Streamlining.

What people say:

"It will move your audition skills forward at warp speed!" — Donnelly Rhodes, actor, Battlestar Galactica, Da Vinci's Inquest

About the Author:

Deanne Henry resides in Vancouver, British Columbia, where she teaches Streamlining and coaches actors. She is a winner of numerous awards including a Canadian LEO for Best Actress in a dramatic series.