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Jan 13, 2014 3:20 PM

A seven-part series for acting students by Jon Jory, a selection of articles on voice, and teaching exercises for theatre educators to use in the classroom.

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Alignment and the voice: stand better, sound better   114K   1 version
By Antonio Ocampo-Guzman. Includes two illustrated exercises to support spinal alignment. Dramatics, March 2007.
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Inhale, exhale: breathing right will make your voice stro...   124K   1 version
By Judylee Vivier. Includes tension-releasing exercises. Dramatics, April 2007.
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Jon Jory on acting, part 1: what’s going on here?   96K   1 version
By Jon Jory. An introduction to given circumstances. Dramatics, September 2000.
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Jon Jory on acting, part 2: working on the engine   101K   1 version
By Jon Jory. Marking and naming the beats in a script. Dramatics, October 2000.
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Jon Jory on acting, part 3: raising the stakes   104K   1 version
By Jon Jory. To increase the energy and heat up the drama, you must want what you want more. Dramatics, November 2000.
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Jon Jory on acting, part 4: tactics   96K   1 version
By Jon Jory. How to get what you want. Dramatics, January 2001.
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Jon Jory on acting, part 5: the superobjective   93K   1 version
By Jon Jory. What you really want. Dramatics, March 2001.
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Jon Jory on acting, part 6: the stages of rehearsal   102K   1 version
By Jon Jory. The beginning, middle, and end of the rehearsal process. Dramatics, April 2001.
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Jon Jory on acting, part 7: the actor’s toolbox   115K   1 version
By Jon Jory. Ten ways to tune your performance. Dramatics, May 2001.
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Learning lines: for actors, memorizing is still job one   127K   1 version
By Bruce Miller. Includes a sidebar on twenty different methods for memorizing. Dramatics, March, 2005.
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No small parts: in the world   377K   1 version
By Michael Daehn. An introduction to ensemble acting. Dramatics, October 2009.
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Resonance: the vibrations that determine the quality of y...   131K   1 version
By Rena Cook. Practice your way to greater vocal freedom. Part of a series on voice. Dramatics, May 2007.
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An acting teacher returns to the stage   100K   1 version
By Bruce Miller. A three-part series on reviving your acting skills. Teaching Theatre, v15n4 to v16n2.
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An acting teacher returns to the stage   106K   1 version
By Bruce Miller. A three-part series on reviving your acting skills. Teaching Theatre, v15n4 to v16n2.
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An acting teacher returns to the stage   108K   1 version
By Bruce Miller. A three-part series on reviving your acting skills. Teaching Theatre, v15n4 to v16n2.
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Coaching vocal athletes   243K   1 version
By Wendy DeLeo LeBorgne. Taking care of young voices. Teaching Theatre, v20n2.
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How to tell the truth   111K   1 version
By Bruce Miller. An acting game that teaches lying for the stage. Teaching Theatre, v16n3.
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On camera   137K   1 version
By Nancy Bishop. Three film-acting exercises. Teaching Theatre, v18n1.
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Someone is listening   123K   1 version
By Bruce Miller. Helping actors remember the other character in monologues. Teaching Theatre, v19n3.
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Taking notice   262K   1 version
By Peter King. Helping students build characters through observation. Teaching Theatre, v20n2.
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Vicious ballet   166K   1 version
By Elizabeth Cobbe. Teaching stage violence to student actors. Teaching Theatre, v17n1.
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Would you eat them for a scene?   78K   1 version
By Bruce Miller. Script analysis for actors. Teaching Theatre, v18n1.

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