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The Lone Actor
by Viola Spolin
foreword by Paul Sills
Northwestern University Press, 2001
Paper: 978-0-8101-4010-3
Library of Congress Classification PN2071.I5S63 2001
Dewey Decimal Classification 792.028

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Viola Spolin's Theater Games for the Lone Actor offers theater games and side coaching for the solo player. Available for the first time, this handbook presents more than forty exercises that allow actors to side coach themselves at home, in rehearsal, or in performance.

Spolin's improvisational techniques changed the nature and practice of modern theater. Her work has inspired actors, directors, teachers, and writers in theater, television, and film. Her techniques have also influenced the fields of education, mental health, social work, and psychology.

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