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Kathleen Turner on acting : conversations about film, television, and theater / by Kathleen Turner & Dustin Morrow ; illustrations by Kacey Morrow.

Turner, Kathleen, 1954- (author,, interviewee.). Morrow, Dustin (author,, interviewer.). Morrow, Kacey (illustrator.).
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Princeton PL - Princeton 792.028 Tur (Text) 30890000703817 New Adult Materials Upper level Available -

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  • ISBN: 151073547X
  • ISBN: 9781510735477
  • Physical Description: ix, 390 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: New York, NY : Skyhorse Publishing, [2018]

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Working with the script -- Directing yourself -- Working with directors -- Collaborating with other artists -- In the beginning... -- Lessons learned from working in television -- Choosing roles -- Body Heat -- The Man with Two Brains -- Romancing the Stone -- Crimes of Passion -- Prizzi's Honor -- Peggy Sue Got Married -- The Accidental Tourist -- The War of the Roses -- Serial Mom -- The Virgin Suicides -- The Perfect Family -- Working with edgy material -- Acting in film -- The state versus the screen -- Acting in the theater -- The intimacy of the theater -- Camille -- Reading reviews -- The Graduate -- Cat on a Hot Tin Roof -- Indiscretions -- Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf -- High -- Red Hot Patriot -- Mother Courage and Her Children -- The Year of Magical Thinking -- The life of an actor -- Fame, aging and vanity -- Using the voice -- Advice for developing actors -- Studying acting -- The process of auditioning -- Dealing with rejection -- Working in the industry -- Teaching acting -- Acting and daily life -- Looking ahead and moving forward -- A closer look at the film performances.
Summary, etc.:
Over Kathleen Turner's forty-year career, she has developed an instinctual knowledge of what it takes to be a successful actor. In conversations with film professor Dustin Morrow, she shares her lessons with the world.
Subject: Acting
Motion picture acting
Television acting

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