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Scenes in Dialect for Young Actors (Young Actor Series.)

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Published by Smith & Kraus .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Performing Arts - Theater,
  • Scenes and Monologues,
  • Juvenile Nonfiction,
  • Drama,
  • Performing Arts,
  • Pronunciation by foreign speakers,
  • Children: Young Adult (Gr. 7-9),
  • Pronunciation by foreign speak,
  • English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh,
  • Dialects,
  • Texts,
  • English language

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsKimberly Mohne Hill (Editor), Kimberly Mohne Hill (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages309
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9698713M
    ISBN 101575252511
    ISBN 109781575252513

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    Young Adult Literature for African American audiences. Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book. Monologues are here categorized according to type of material: comic, dramatic or category includes monologues from movies, television shows, plays and books from any period and genre. You can also search our monologues database by selecting specific criteria according to what you are looking for. Search options include media, genre, period and specific emotions or tags (e.g.

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Scenes in Dialect for Young Actors (Young Actor Series.) Download PDF EPUB FB2

In sections with an introduction and description of each dialect, there are scenes which use Standard British, Cockney British, Irish, Russian, American Southern and Brooklyn dialects (to name a few).

This book is excellent as a supplement to your acting/speech training and would be great use in scene study classes and Dialect courses.3/5(1). Scenes in dialect for young actors.

Hanover, NH: Smith and Krause, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Kimberly Mohne Hill. Scenes or Monologues in Dialect for Young Actors.

These two books represent an essential resource specifically for young actors. Whether you're looking for scenes or monologues, this is the first dialect collection geared to this age group and features work.

Provides a variety of monologues, scenes, and audition pieces along with tips on interpreting a scene and character portrayal. A Young Actor S Scene Book #1 Bestseller in [Pdf] [Kindle] [Epub] [Audiobook], #1 Book New Release. In sections with an introduction and description of each dialect, there are scenes which use Standard British, Cockney British, Irish, Russian, American Southern and Brooklyn dialects (to name a few).

This book is excellent as a supplement to your acting/speech training and would be great use in scene study classes and Dialect : Smith & Kraus, Inc. Otherwise, I recommend a far superior book that comes with 12 CDs: Accents & Dialects For Stage and Screen by Paul Meier.

It is awesome and Meier is a contemporary dialect coach who has been at this in the industry for years and is still doing it.

You can even arrange a Skype session with s:   72 Acting Scenes and Scripts for Actors ALDERONA (1 girl teen, 1 teen guy) – Scripted scifi scene for two teenagers, 1 guy and 1 girl.

ALDERONA and KLUDO are brother and sister who have special secret powers that are meant to protect and save people’s g: Dialect. "Your 'Accents & Dialects for Stage & Screen' is a fabulous resource for anyone involved in dialect training for actors — I know of no other contemporary work to compare with its scope and depth.

It’s meticulous, exhaustive, and very well organized into a clear and rational step-by-step approach. This book is a simpler version of my dialect material, for agesor for the mature student who wants a less demanding introduction to stage dialects.

It contains seven dialects: Australian, Cockney, Deep South, French, New York, Northern Ireland, and Standard British English. Young Actors & Teens Acting Class Book Oasis of Insanity Dreams Into Action 2 Women Acting Scenes.

2 Women Acting Scenes. Categories. Comedy - Two Women Acting Scenes (14) Drama - Two Women Acting Scenes (34) Musical - Two Women Acting Scenes (0) Find Your Next Scene:Missing: Dialect. Just as an actor feels he can get into the role with the right pair of shoes or hat, we, too, get a deeper understanding of our literary characters—where they’re from, what they do, even the essence of who they are—by the way they speak.

Although reading in dialect takes an additional level of commitment, the rewards are often greater. Hundreds of great scenes from published plays including dramatic, comedic, classic and contemporary play scenes.

Two, Three and Four person scenes. Are you looking for monologues for your audition or acting class. Here you can search monologues from movies, plays, television and books according to gender, source material, type (dramatic, comic, serio-comic), main action/emotions explored, period, genre or specific keywords (e.g.

title or author). How to Learn a Dialect. By Deborah Sale Butler My name is Deborah Sale Butler and I’m a speech, dialect and accent reduction coach in Los Angles. I’ve coached actors for film, television, stage and voice-over for over twenty years and I’m an actor myself, so I know what a voice-actor.

Here’s 30 Scenes for Two Actors in both comedy/drama. Topics cover revenge, terror, spirituality, prison, abuse, careerism, self-discovery and mystery. We invite you to use our acting scenes and scripts for drama class, internet video uploads and you are even welcome to go out and make your own short film as other creators have g: Dialect.

Open scenes — also called content-less scenes, ambiguous scenes, spare scenes, skeletal scenes — are great exercises for acting are also fun and worthwhile for students in other subject area classes because they call for layers of creativity and they are great examples of how revision improves an initial effort.

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Paul Meier's Accents and dialects for stage and screen 2nd and 3rd editions which consist of a book plus accompanying CDs; Plays with Dialect: Have a particular dialect in mind, and looking for a play that features that dialect.

A good source is Play Index located in Drama Reference ZP In the online version type the dialect you're. Learning a believable dialect as a "do it yourself" project can be daunting. Knowing what to listen for, how to break it down, how to practice, and then turning your work into something that will.

Created Date: 8/2/ PM. BLOCKING: A rehearsal of physical actions taken by actors during a scene, including entrances and exits. BLUE SCREEN (screen): Filming with a large blue screen in the background so that special effects could be added in post-production.

BOOK (stage): A script for a play, musical’s libretto. BOOKING: Employing an actor and scheduling them for. Dialect coach Erik Singer analyzes the accents of some of Hollywood's biggest names. Movie Accent Expert Breaks Down 32 Actors' Accents | .Excellent! I’m really impressed.

I have been doing German accents for years, but it is so important to always go back to the basics. I grew up using Blunt and Stern for guidance—but I have to say, this is incredibly thorough.