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Book details
  • Genre:PERFORMING ARTS
  • SubGenre:Acting & Auditioning
  • Language:English
  • Series title:ACTING ONE SERIES
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:200
  • eBook ISBN:9781483589329

How to Select and Perform Monologues

by Frank Catalano View author's profile page

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Overview
This volume is a great choice for both professional actors preparing for an audition for an agent or casting director or performing arts students who have been assigned a monologue in an acting class.Contains 20 original short monologues for presentation and practice.
Description
This volume is a great choice for both professional actors preparing for an audition for an agent or casting director or performing arts students who have been assigned a monologue in an acting class. You will learn how to select a monologue that is right for you and get valuable tips for presentation at auditions and acting classes. It also contains sections on terminology you will need to know when performing in film, television, voice over and stage. Contains 20 original short monologues for presentation and practice.
About the author
Frank Catalano is a member of the faculty of the School of Dramatic Arts of the University of Southern California and has served as an executive at Lorimar Studios, Beverly Hills Playhouse, Southern California Center for the Arts and Warner Bros. In addition, he has written and performed in animated, live action television series and feature films including The Adventures of Dynamo Duck for Fox Television, Digimon Digital Monsters, Super Pig, Bit The Cupid, Bee Bop Cowboy, the ground breaking Sci-Fi series ROBOTECH, Flint the Time Detective, Vampire Princess Miyu, Honey Bee Hutch and ABC television series including LA Law, NYPD Blue and Ugly Betty. His books include: Performing Monologues Art of the Monologue Short Monologues for Auditions Short Scenes for Auditions and Acting Class White Knight Black Night – Short Monologues for Auditions Rand Unwrapped – Confessions of a Robotech Warrior Book to Screen Acting it Out – Improvisational Techniques for Writers – Part 1 Writing on Your Feet – Improvisational Techniques for Writers – Part 2 Start your Story at the End Writing Great Characters in the First Ten Pages Autumn Sweet – a play The Resting Place – a play Che Che – a screenplay The Creative Audience – The Collaborative Role of the audience in the creation of Visual and Performing Arts
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