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"What a book! Yet it's so simple that you learn without feeling it happen. Thank you, Michael; we needed it."—Joshua Logan
Michael Shurtleff has been casting director for Broadway shows like Chicago and Becket and for films like The Graduate and Jesus Christ Superstar. His legendary course on auditioning has launched hundreds of successful careers. Now in this book he tells the all-important HOW for all aspiring actors, from the beginning student of acting to the proven talent trying out for that chance-in-a-million role!
"What a book! Yet it's so simple that you learn without feeling it happen. Thank you, Michael; we needed it."--Joshua LoganSee all Product Description
The book is hands down amazing, but i'm not sure why the pages were missing letters on several pages. Very annoying.. hard to read.Published 19 months ago by Kion Flatts
I got exactly what was advertised. It was book-store quality, so I have no qualms. In fact I enjoyed the fact that I got exactly what I asked for.Published on May 10 2013 by Rebecca
I highly recommend this book in our quest for the great parts as actors. I also recommend: Voice Lessons to Go by Vaccarino- a cheap way to get your singing lessons taken care of,... Read morePublished on June 26 2004
This is a fantastic book -- simple, powerful, effective. I studied with the author in person, in a series of classes one summer in Manhattan, and I have never *seen* such powerful... Read morePublished on April 8 2004 by truefeather77
For me, this book completely eliminated all the mysteries surrounding auditions, but the book also serves as an important guide for actors to interpret scripts and bring new and... Read morePublished on March 15 2004 by Mike Sobocinski
The main thing and just the best in this book are the 12 Guideposts. They will help the actor enormous, to work on the figure, to make the role authentic and interesting. Read morePublished on Oct. 9 2003
Want to get the part? Read "Audition" by Michael Shurtleff/Bob Fosse. Want to see everything wrong with theatre? Watch "Waiting for Guffman" (very funny film). Read morePublished on Sept. 14 2003 by David Verkler