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by Lyn Haill,Peter Gill

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  • ISBN 1840027762
  • ISBN13 978-1840027761
  • Language English
  • Author Lyn Haill,Peter Gill
  • Publisher Oberon Books (April 1, 2008)
  • Pages 140
  • Formats doc mbr txt mobi
  • Category Photography
  • Subcategory Performing Arts
  • Size ePub 1537 kb
  • Size Fb2 1409 kb
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In 1986, Peter Gill, the then director of the National Theatre Studio, sent a group of young actors to interview their seniors about speaking on stage. Actors interviewed include Alec Guinness, Rex Harrison, Robert Stephens, Harry Andrews, and Margaret Tyzack, with notes from John Gielgud and an introduction by Peter Gill himself.


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Peter Gill (born 7 September 1939) is a Welsh theatre director, playwright and actor. He was born in Cardiff to George John and Margaret Mary (née Browne) Gill, and educated at St Illtyd's College, Cardiff.

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Walmart 9781840027761. In 1986, Peter Gill, the then director of the National Theatre Studio, sent a group of young actors to interview their seniors about speaking on stage. Actors interviewed include Alec Guinness, Rex Harrison, Robert Stephens, Harry Andrews, and Margaret Tyzack, with notes from John Gielgud and an introduction by Peter Gill himself.

Peter Gill, theatre director, playwright and former actor, was born in Cardiff, Wales, on 7 September 1939, son of George John Gill and his wife Margaret Mary (Browne). He was educated at St Illtyd's College, Cardiff. An actor from 1957-1965, he directed his first production without décor, at the Royal Court Theatre in August 1965, "A Collier's Friday Night by D. H. Lawrence". Having begun his career as an actor, he is now most renowned for his work as a director and playwright.

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In 1986, Peter Gill, the first director of the National Theatre Studio, sent a group of young actors to interview some of the most respected actors of the time about speaking on stage.

Lyn Haill (e. PaperBack (18 Oct 2007). In 1986, Peter Gill, the first director of the National Theatre Studio, sent a group of young actors to interview some of the most respected actors of the time about speaking on stage. Those conversations, with actors such as Alec Guinness, Rex Harrison and Robert Stephens, are collected here for the first time. From initial questions about clarity, projection, technique and influence, the discussions take off in surprising directions, providing fascinating insights into the actor's craft and revealing how the skills of stage-speaking are passed from one generation to the next.