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  • Author:
    Ellen Margolis,Lissa Tyler Renaud
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    0415801214
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    978-0415801218
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    Routledge; 1 edition (September 22, 2009)
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    226 pages
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Lissa Tyler Renaud has been Director of California-based Actors’ Training Project since 1985.

Lissa Tyler Renaud has been Director of California-based Actors’ Training Project since 1985. Recipient of National Science Foundation and Ford Foundation grants among others, she spent six years overseas as Visiting Professor/Master Teacher of Directing, Theory, Acting, Voice and Ideokinesis. She is a recitalist and award-winning actress, and lectures and publishes widely on the avant-garde and contemporary actor training, in the . Hardcover: 226 pages. Publisher: Routledge;.

Acknowledgments Introduction, Ellen Margolis and Lissa Tyler Renaud, Part I 1: Stanislavsky and Politics: Active Analysis and the American Legacy of Soviet Oppression, Sharon Marie Carnicke 2: Actor Training Meets Historical Thinking, Jonathan Chambers 3: The Politics of Western.

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Author: Ellen Margolis Tyler Renaud, Lissa.

This book addresses the historical, social, colonial, and administrative contexts that determine today's U.S. actor training, as well as matters of identity politics, access, and marginalization as they emerge in classrooms and rehearsal halls. It considers persistent, questioning voices about our nation’s acting training as it stands, thereby contributing to the national dialogue the diverse perspectives and proposals needed to keep American actor training dynamic and germane, both within the U.S. and abroad. Prominent academics and artists view actor training through a political, cultural or ethical lens, tackling fraught topics about power as it plays out in acting curricula and classrooms. The essays in this volume offer a survey of trends in thinking on actor training and investigate the way American theatre expresses our national identity through the globalization of arts education policy and in the politics of our curriculum decisions.