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Conversations with George Hall (Oberon Masters)

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A great read for students, academics, practitioners, and theater buffs. Lolly Susi's interviews with the actor and teacher George Hall is a unique insight into the mind of one of the greatest theatrical authorities. This book is full of revealing thoughts regarding the theater and acting industries.

Hardcover, 112 pages
Published September 7th 2010 by Oberon Books Ltd (first published June 1st 2010)
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Colin McPhillamy
Jun 20, 2013 Colin McPhillamy rated it it was amazing
Although George Hall's verbal feedback: "Darling there's something about the way you walk, as if you're saving your heels for later" must count as some of the wittiest ever expressed to student actors, for many of us, Ja da da ... ja da da ... ja da da da ja!!! will always take us back to movement classes in Room D. Lolly Susi's engaging and insightful book, ranges from his beginnings in theatre, through his many years as Head of Acting at The Central School of Speech and Drama, to his later ...more
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