Freeing the Actor:An Actor´s Desk Reference Eric Morris
Offers exercises for professional and student actors, teachers of acting and voice, and those interested in vocal expression. This title places emphasis on the removal of the physical and psychological blocks that inhibit the human voice; and is dedicated to ´freeing´ the voice we were naturally born with.
Freeing Shakespeare´s Voice:The Actor´s Guide to Talking the Text Theatre Communications Group Kristin Linklater
Different Every Night:Freeing the Actor Nick Hern Books Mike Alfreds
Allison Allen made a career of being someone else. Formerly a professional actor, and now a highly sought-after Bible teacher, she knows a thing or two about playing a role. But, she says, all of us play roles nearly all of the time, and it´s exhausting. We walk into a room, figure out who we´re supposed to be in this context, slip into character, and say the lines we know we should say. We become someone else. Maybe we tell ourselves it´s some version of us, but deep down we know this inauthentic role is not what God wants for our lives - and it´s not what we want either. With fascinating personal stories and sharp insight into human nature, Allison Allen calls each woman to drop the brave act and step into the role of a lifetime - being her real self, no matter what the critics might say. She gives women permission to talk about, rather than around, the things they feel, freeing them to step out of the shadows and into the light of God´s true calling. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Renee Ertl. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/oasi/001707/bk_oasi_001707_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.