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Old March 18th, 2007, 08:33 PM   #16
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I think some sort of "Acting FOR Directors" would be the ideal compromise. A class that explains the different schools, the various approaches and how a Director communicates to the actor. A class that lets the director understand the vulnerability of an actor, and 'the process'. Yeah something specifically FOR Directors would be most helpful.

IF you can find that.
http://www.judithweston.com/acting.shtml

Found her site... she has two books... plus still has a class...
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