Audition Speeches for Young Actors 16+


Author: Jean Marlow
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1408141086
Category: Performing Arts
Page: 160
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Finding good, interesting audition pieces is a demanding and difficult process. This revised edition contains over 40 speeches and includes a wide selection of pieces taken from plays written or produced recently, such as Nathan the Wise, All the Ordinary Angels, The Woman Before (first performed at the Royal Court in 2005), Oleanna, (David Mamet), Pygmalion and New Boy. There are speeches for a variety of accents and ages, taken from both classical and modern plays, to suit all audition requirements. There is also an introductory section containing advice from directors and casting directors on how to audition successfully, advice on attending drama schools and how to audition successfully.

Audition Speeches for Younger Actors 16+


Author: Jean Marlow
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135868700
Category: Performing Arts
Page: 144
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Audition speeches for actors aged 16-18, selected by Jean Marlow. Includes advice from actors, casting directors and teachers

Audition Speeches for 6-16 Year Olds

50+ audition pieces for actors and actresses
Author: Jean Marlow
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 140814106X
Category: Performing Arts
Page: 144
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Intended for students and children taking part in speech and drama competitions and exams, this book contains a range of audition speeches. It includes female, male and unisex speeches selected from both plays and children's books. Where relevant the author has indicated how a speech could be shortened for younger children. There is also an introductory section with contributions from Alan Ayckbourn, Carol Schroder (teacher and examiner for the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art), Richard Carpenter (TV writer) and Ed Wilson (Director of the National Youth Theatre) and senior casting directors for the RSC, TV and film. This edition has been freshly revised to include 10 new speeches from well known recent productions as well as children's books including Harry Potter. 'A superb compilation' Amateur Stage

Der Kirschgarten

Dramen
Author: Anton P. Čechov,Vera Bischitzky
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9783423138352
Category:
Page: 565
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Private Stories, Monologues for Young Actors Ages 8 to 16

And the Seven Key Questions to Unlock Your Imagination
Author: Elizabeth Bauman
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595355854
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Page: 152
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Private Stories is a collection of unique monologues that validate the real experiences of young people today while addressing the universal themes of love, betrayal, and friendship.

The Complete Audition Book for Young Actors

A Comprehensive Guide to Winning by Enhancing Acting Skills
Author: Roger Ellis
Publisher: Meriwether Pub
ISBN: 9781566080880
Category: Performing Arts
Page: 295
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Complete Audition Book For Young Actors is a Meriwether Publishing publication.

Übungen und Spiele für Schauspieler und Nicht-Schauspieler


Author: Augusto Boal
Publisher: Suhrkamp Verlag
ISBN: 351873038X
Category: Performing Arts
Page: 403
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Die berühmten Übungen und Spiele Boals liegen hier in einer auf den neuesten Stand gebrachten und stark erweiterten Ausgabe vor. Dabei geht es darum, Zuschauer in Handelnde zu verwandeln. Dieses in 25 Sprachen übersetzte Standardwerk richtet sich an jeden, der die Übungen beruflich oder im Alltag anwenden will – an Schauspieler wie an Laiendarsteller, Pädagogen, Lehrer und Therapeuten. Zugleich gibt der Band Einblick in die Arbeit »des wichtigsten Theatermachers Lateinamerikas« (The Guardian).

Private Stories

Monologues for Young Actors Ages 8 to 16 and the Seven Key Questions to Unlock Your Imagination
Author: Elizabeth Bauman
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 9780879103415
Category: Performing Arts
Page: 129
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(Limelight). This collection of monologues is accompanied by seven key questions that help young actors to create unique, well-rounded characters directly from their imagination. The monologues can also be used to stimulate creativity in children and help them deal with daily issues of tolerance, self-acceptance, belonging, and self-expression. Topics include loss of love and friendship, jealousy, life changes, and secrets.

Audition Speeches for Women


Author: Jean Marlow
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780878301461
Category: Drama
Page: 120
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Presents a collection of audition speeches for women, from both plays and motion pictures, along with acting advice from directors, teachers, and actors.

More Scenes and Monologs from the Best New Plays

An Anthology of New Dramatic Writing from Professionally Produced Plays
Author: Roger Ellis
Publisher: Meriwether Pub
ISBN: N.A
Category: Drama
Page: 233
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Forty-two character scenes and monologues with specific acting prefaces for the performance of each scene are followed by a number of acting tips, exercises, and audition resources.

Hilfe, die Herdmanns kommen


Author: Barbara Robinson
Publisher: Verlag Friedrich Oetinger
ISBN: 3960520395
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Page: 128
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Das kann ja heiter werden! Im ganzen Viertel ist man sich einig: Die Kinder der Familie Herdmann sind die schlimmsten Kinder aller Zeiten. Sie lügen, klauen, rauchen Zigarren (auch die Mädchen), bringen die Nachbarn zur Verzweiflung und können ein Klassenzimmer mit Hilfe ihrer halbwilden Katze in Rekordzeit vollkommen leer fegen. Zu allem Überfluss haben sie es auch noch geschafft, alle Hauptrollen im weihnachtlichen Krippenspiel zu bekommen. Womöglich steht damit die schlimmste Aufführung aller Zeiten bevor. Der etwas andere Weihnachtsklassiker von Barbara Robinson, übersetzt von Erfolgsduo Paul und Nele Maar, mit neuen, ebenso pfiffigen wie farbigen Illustrationen von Anke Kuhl, die ihre ganz eigene Geschichte im Detail erzählen.

Magnificent Monologues for Teens

The Teens' Monologue Source for Every Occasion
Author: Chambers Stevens
Publisher: Sandcastle Pub
ISBN: 9781883995119
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Page: 89
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Offers a variety of comedic and dramatic audition monologues for teenagers, advice from casting directors, and a bibliography of plays for teen actors.

Magnificent Monologues for Kids


Author: Chambers Stevens
Publisher: Sandcastle Pub
ISBN: 9781883995089
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Page: 71
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A collection of short monologues for boys and girls, dealing with such topics as pets, parents, friends, and school.

Classical audition speeches for men


Author: Jean Marlow
Publisher: Heinemann Drama
ISBN: 9780435070267
Category: Performing Arts
Page: 133
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This collection of fifty classical speeches, many presented as audition pieces for the first time, will be invaluable both to students applying for entrance to drama school and to actors auditioning for classical roles. The speeches are selected from plays of several periods: Elizabethan-Jacobean, Restoration, eighteenth century, and late nineteenth century to early twentieth century. There are speeches from Webster's The Duchess of Malfi, Jonson's Volpone, Marlowe's Dr Faustus, Congreve's The Way of the World, Sheridan's The Rivals and Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest. The speeches are reproduced from plays in the respected New Mermaid series which have comprehensive introductions and detailed notes, invaluable for the well-prepared audition piece.

Viel Lärm um nichts (illustriert)


Author: William Shakespeare
Publisher: Clap Publishing, LLC.
ISBN: 1635371465
Category: Performing Arts
Page: 121
View: 1862

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Viel Lärm um nichts ist eine Komödie um Liebe und Intrigen von William Shakespeare; sie unterscheidet sich von Shakespeares anderen romanesken Komödien durch den realeren Bezug zur Liebe. Claudio interessiert sich vor allem für Heros Erbschaft, Benedikt und Beatrice erliegen nicht der konventionellen Augenliebe, sondern finden sich erst nach Einmischungen der anderen Figuren. Besonders hervorstechend ist das Spiel mit dem Sein und dem Schein, worauf schon das Wortspiel im Titel hinweist – nothing und noting („nichts“ und „wahrnehmen, erkennen“). Damit sind einerseits die Intrigen gegen Hero, andererseits die Sitten der höfischen Selbstinszenierung, insbesondere bei Benedikt und Beatrice, gemeint. Geschrieben wurde das Stück 1598/99 und erstmals in der Quartoausgabe von 1600 gedruckt.