So You Want to be a Theatre Director?

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Nick Hern Books, 2004 - 248 ページ
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As artistic director of English Touring Theatre (“the company of the moment”—Daily Mail), Stephen Unwin has worked with hundreds of different actors in a multiplicity of venues. In this book, he takes readers step-by-step through choosing the play, casting, design, rehearsal, running the play, putting it on stage and on to opening night.

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What it takes
3
What is a Theatre Director?
10
Starting out
16
Contexts and Colleagues
23
Choice of Play
31
Preparation
44
Casting
60
Creative
78
Language
124
Character
135
Blocking and Movement
164
Specialists
190
Manners
198
Running it
205
Putting it onto the Stage
210
Opening
225

Practical
95
Starting out
103
Establishing Facts
112
Warmups Improvisation Games and Exercises
117
Hamlet Konstantin and the Radical Young Director
233
Endnotes
237
Index
246
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Stephen Unwin is Artistic Director of the Rose Theatre, Kingston. He founded English Touring Theatre in 1993, after a career as a freelance theatre director, which included work at the National Theatre, the Royal Court and the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh. For English Touring Theatre he directed over 20 plays including Shakespeare (Alan Cumming in Hamlet, Timothy West in King Lear), Chekhov (Prunella Scales in The Cherry Orchard) and Ibsen (Diana Quick in Ghosts).

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