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by Julia Matthews,Kurt Daw
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  • Author:
    Julia Matthews,Kurt Daw
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    0325000158
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    978-0325000152
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    Heinemann Drama (March 31, 1998)
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    157 pages
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This guide is designed to be easy to use.

This guide is designed to be easy to use. The authors have grouped the plays into traditional categories: comedies, tragedies, histories, and romances. From there, categories are broken down into further groupings (in the case of tragedies, for example: revenge tragedies, major tragedies, tragedies of classical times, and Jacobean tragedies)

Kurt Daw is a professional director and the author of Acting: Thought into Action (Heinemann, 1997)

Kurt Daw is a professional director and the author of Acting: Thought into Action (Heinemann, 1997). He was also the founding chair of the theatre department at Kennesaw State University in suburban Atlanta, Georgia. Daw has twice been selected as recipient of National Endowment for the Humanities grants, and is currently the Dean of the School of Fine and Performing Arts at SUNY. Julia Matthews is currently an assistant professor of theatre at Kennesaw State University in Georgia.

It is a complete guide to over six hundred playable scenes and monologues from Shakespeare and his contemporaries . The authors Finding good material for scene study, monologue work, and auditions is a constant challenge for actors. This volume makes that job a whole lot easier. This guide is designed to be easy to use.

A Guide to Scenes and Monologues from Shakespeare and His Contemporaries. Finding good material for scene study, monologue work, and auditions is a constant challenge for actors. This volume makes that job a whole lot easier

A Guide to Scenes and Monologues from Shakespeare and His Contemporaries.

by Kurt Daw. Published 1998 by Heinemann in Portsmouth, NH. Written in English. Auditions, Acting, Outlines, syllabi, Internet Archive Wishlist, Drama, Schauspielkunst, Auftritt. William Shakespeare (1564-1616). A guide to scenes and monologues from Shakespeare and his contemporaries.

Kurt Daw is a professional director and the author of Acting: Thought into Action (Heinemann, 1997).

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Shakespeare and His Contemporaries" Everyone knows that writers have borrowed from William Shakespeare. He was an influential man who inspired other. As Shakespeare’s Contemporaries stated, It is tempting, with our hindsight, to say that others borrowed from Shakespeare, but the truth is more likely that he borrowed as much as he gave. Shakespeare probably would not have gotten the fame he had and has now if it were not for people who influenced him.

Shakespeare's Monologues Making it easier to find monologues since 1997. The monologues are organized by play, then categorized by comedy, history and tragedy. Each monologue entry includes the character's name, the first line of the speech, whether it is verse or prose, and shows the act, scene & line number.

For the actor looking for classical material for scene study, monologue work, or auditions, this volume is the most extensive guide available to the repertoire of Shakespeare and his contemporaries.