Episode One of Playing the Actor entitled The History of European Theatre from Caves to Youtube and What it can do for You
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Everyone Can Benefit from the Secrets of Performers
You might be an actor looking for new ways to develop your craft but you don't have to be
All kinds of people benefit from performance and media training such as teachers, politicians, preachers, business owners, sales people, call centre operatives, lecturers, musicians, DJs, retail managers, office workers, parents
Maybe you want to improve your presentations skills or be more influential in meetings. Perhaps you want to improve your dating prospects or tell stories that teach. This book is for all of you and more so come and see how the secrets from 4000 years+ of acting can transform your life story. Look below to see whom it's already worked for
Playing the Actor: Confident Communication with the Secrets of the Stars
For thousands of years a few privileged people have walked the line between the real world and the fictional. In countless versions of the same thing, actors have performed in front of audiences in order to delight, to teach, to question, to worship and to change. These few lucky people have been trained in thousands of ways to create characters and tell stories but their methods have always been closed to those that don't tread the boards. Until now.
Part history, part manual, part self-help book and part philosophy, this series of books, split into episodes, will teach you all you need to know about what makes actors - whether they be mumbling shamans, booming King Lears or whispering Brandos - so powerful. You will also learn how those principles can be applied in the real world to transform your life and career.
You can learn to tell your story with style
Over the course of each episode you will learn to take techniques or historical ideas from the world of performance and apply them in ways that will benefit YOU. From improvisation to character creation, from storytelling for presentations to effective handshakes for interviews, from before ancient Greek theatre to You Tube, they all have something to teach us.
In episode one you will go through the history of performance and take ideas from each period that you can use TODAY to change the way you see the world and the way the world sees you. Learn to perform the life story that you've always wanted in front of an audience that adores you.
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