Eric believes that this book is the "craft bible," since it focuses entirely on the craft an actor must acquire in order to fulfill dramatic material. The book explores the seven major obligations related to material--time and place, relationship, emotional, character, thematic, historical, and subtextual--and from there goes on to define choices and explain how to use them to fulfill those obligations. The third element of the craft, the choice approaches, is the practical work the actor must do to create the choices. Out of the current thirty-one choice approaches, only twenty-two are explored in this book. The remaining nine are investigated in subsequent books.
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Eric Morris, one of the most sought after acting coaches in the country, has been teaching acting for fifty years. Also an actor, he has played more than a hundred roles on stage, on television and in films. He believes that in order to teach acting one must first have been trained and have worked as an actor. His six other books are published in the US and several other countries around the world. His theater and home are in Los Angeles.Review:
"If you want to be still and full, Eric teaches the stuff." -- Jack Nicholson
"When I read No Acting Please, it put it all together for me." -- Johnny Depp
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