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4.0 out of 5 stars There Are No Secrets- Thoughts on actings., 10 Sep 2002
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This review is from: There Are No Secrets: Thoughts on Acting and Theatre (Biography and Autobiography) (Paperback)
This slim volume of collected essays in an interesting, informative, conversational work that provides a simple and acessable way to confront the fundemental notions of theatre, the interaction between space, performer and audience. Brooks' thoughts provide an accesable way to expore the crucial ways of engaging an audience and helps to de-mistifey some of the high brow cultural ideals of the so called theatrical establishment. This book provides an excellent companion to students of theatre and performing arts, it is easily readable and understandable, it is consise enough to provide a student with enough knowladge but also provokes questions and encourages further experimentation and study.
It is good value for the price, thought provoking,simple and enlightening.A great idea for performance students.
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