This is a collection of 'informal' interviews with Australian
directors of stage, film and TV, talking about actors and acting.
The author poses two basic questions: "from your point of view (as
a director) what makes a good actor good?" and "what skills and
attitudes make a good actor good to work with?". The result is an
intelligent and enlightening commentary on acting in Australia
today. This is not a 'how to act' book nor a series of profiles on
the personal and/or professional life of the directors interviewed.
The book is primarily aimed at aspiring actors and students of
acting to help them to develop their craft, undertake training and
revise ideas/ideals as required. Hopefully this book will also be
part of the ongoing dialogue in the performing arts on 'how we do
what we do and how we might do it better'.
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