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Like the companion volume for men, Alternative Shakespeare Auditions for Women brings together fifty speeches from plays frequently ignored such as Coriolanus, Pericles, and Love's Labours Lost. It also features good, but over-looked speeches from more popular plays such as Diana from All's Well That Ends Well, Perdita from The Winter's Tale and Hero from Much Ado About Nothing. Each speech is accompanied by a character description, brief explanation of the context, and notes on obscure words, phrases and references--all written from the viewpoint of the auditioning actor. It is the perfect resource for your best audition ever.
Following on his successful Alternative Shakespeare Auditions for Women, Simon Dunmore presents even more underappreciated speeches that will make a classical audition sound fresh.
Acting Narrative Speeches is a Meriwether Publishing publication.
During his career as a director, Simon Dunmore has seen well over ten thousand auditions performed - many of them based on the same speeches. This latest collection of speeches from Shakespeare's plays has been carefully selected and edited to provide fresh and unusual audition material for the actor. This book brings together another fifty speeches for men from plays frequently ignored such as Cymbeline, King John and Henry VIII. It also includes good, but overlooked speeches from the more popular plays such as Kent from King Lear, Tranio from The Taming of the Shrew and Ferdinand from The Tempest. Each speech is accompanied by a helpful character description, brief explanation of the context, and notes on obscure words, phrases and references - all written from the viewpoint of the auditioning actor. Also included is a comprehensive guide to selecting, preparing and performing audition speeches, and background material on Shakespeare and the times he lived in.
Dunmore brings together fifty speeches for men from plays frequently ignored such as Titus Andronicus, Pericles, and Love's Labours Lost. It also includes good, but over-looked speeches from the more popular plays such as Octavius Caesar from Antony and Cleopatra, Leontes from The Winter's Tale and Buckingham from Richard III. With character descriptions, brief explanations of the context, and notes on obscure words, phrases and references, it is the perfect source for a unique audition.
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Auditioners often complain of seeing the same speeches over and over again. Director, Simon Dunmore, has seen well over ten thousand audition speeches performed, and has drawn on his experience to select and edit a new collection of unusual audition speeches from Shakespeare's plays. This book brings together fifty speeches for men from plays frequently ignored such as Titus Andronicus, Pericles and Love's Labours Lost. It also includes good, but over-looked speeches from the more popular plays such as Octavius Caesar from Antony and Cleopatra, Leontes from The Winter's Tale and Buckingham from Richard III. Each speech is accompanied by a character description, brief explanation of the context, and notes on obscure words, phrases and references - all written from the viewpoint of the auditioning actor.
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