Freeing the Actor:An Actor´s Desk Reference Eric Morris
Actors and Icons of the Ancient Theater: Eric Csapo
Acting from the Ultimate Consciousness:A Dynamic Exploration of the Actor´s Inner Resources Eric Morris
Coaching the Artist Within:Advice for Writers, Actors, Visual Artists, and Musicians from America´s Foremost Creativity Coach Eric Maisel
Mastering Creative Anxiety:24 Lessons for Writers, Painters, Musicians, and Actors from America´s Foremost Creativity Coach New World Library Eric Maisel
Within this collection of short stories you will find a variety of monsters - a whole consternation of them, to use the collective noun. In these tales, a creature of make-believe proves difficult to disbelieve, a trickster-god takes an unkindly interest in witnesses, eldritch horrors can be summoned with a quilt, frustrated wolves face dangerous prey, the angel of death wears a plaid sport coat, wise old women are to be feared and heeded, Elvis remains king, the corpses of legends can be perilous to have around, and where one of the most powerful and potentially dangerous objects in the world is a fork. Eric Fritzius is writer, playwright, teacher, and actor of stage, screen and US and Canadian basic cable. His stories have appeared the anthologies Mountain Voices, Dark Tales of Terror, and Diner Stories, as well as in Greenbrier Valley Quarterly Magazine. Eric lives in Greenbrier County, West Virginia, with his wife and his dogs. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Eric Fritzius. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/077805/bk_acx0_077805_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
After Rufus Scott, an embittered and unemployed black jazz-musician commits suicide, his sister Ida and old friend Vivaldo become lovers. Yet their feelings for each other are complicated by Rufus´s friends, especially the homosexual actor Eric Jones who has been Vivaldo´s lover.
Now in paperback, this is funny investigation of the pleasures, perils and absurdities of modern relationships, from the popular American comedian and actor, best known for playing Tom Haverford in the sitcom ´´Parks & Recreation´´. Includes contributions from sociologist Eric Klinenberg. ´Entertaining and illuminating...´ Barbara Ellen, ´´Observer´´
This thoroughly revised and updated edition of The German Polity provides a comprehensive introduction to contemporary Germany, one of the world´s leading economic and political powers. Looking back, Eric Langenbacher and David P. Conradt trace the country´s transformation since the seminal turning points of 1945 after World War II and 1990 after reunification. Looking to the present, the authors explain and assess its major institutions, actors, and issues. Looking forward, they explore the looming economic, security, and demographic challenges the political system must address in the years to come.