Item description for Fifty More Professional Scenes and Monologs for Student Actors: A Collection of Short One- And Two-Person Scenes by Garry Michael Kluger...
Overview by Garry Michael Kluger. A collection of short one- and two-person scenes. The success of "Fifty More Professional Scenes for Student Actors" prompted us to offer a new book of winning short scenes and monologs. Anyone who needs monologs and/or short two-person scenes for auditions and competitions will find this book to be a valuable resource. Designed for professional actors seeking roles in TV shows, commercial and stage productions, it may also be used by student performers who wish to work at a professional level. Actors have been using these same scenes to win roles at New York, L.A. and Chicago TV and film studios. Students in acting classes have been using them to advance their acting experience. This book is divided into two categories of scenes: Comedy and Drama. Most scenes are generic, easily adaptable for use by male or female actors. Emphasis is on believable characters, no cartoon types.
Publishers Description Winning short scenes for auditions and competitions adaptable for use by male or female actors with believable characterizations.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Fifty More Professional Scenes and Monologs for Student Actors: A Collection of Short One- And Two-Person Scenes?
A Library Favorite May 5, 2006
I'm a librarian, and I wish I had at least two more copies of this book. It is checked out more by students than many of our books in the drama section. I hope to see more books like this one.
Another winner! May 5, 2006
I have all three of Garry Kluger's scene books, I use them in my classes, and I have to say that I love his work. The writing is great, the scenes are always of the hightest quality, and my students always have a lot of fun performing them. I hope he comes out with another book soon.
Not nearly as good as the first! Mar 3, 2006
I was so excited to order this follow-up resource because Kluger's first book of scenes was maginificent! I was sorely, sorely disappointed with the selection of scenes in this book. The writing is weak and does not even resemble the tone or quality of the writing of the first book. I had to wonder if Kluger had indeed penned all of these scenes himself. They're awful, just awful. Don't waste your money or your time on this one.