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Calls for no less than the death of the director and the end to acting theory, arguing that either actors are good or they are non-actors, and that good actors work best without the interference of a director.

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Main Author: Mamet, David. (Author)
Format: Book
Published:New York : Faber and Faber, 2011.
Edition:1st pbk. ed.
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction
  • Greenroom
  • The Hunter and the Game
  • Hunting Instincts
  • The Lamppost and the Alley
  • The Fatal Spin
  • The Problem with ôTraining,ö or ôSlaves of the Ant-God, Throogö
  • Emotion
  • The Map and the Territory
  • Theatrical Forms
  • Totalitarian Tendencies
  • Repression
  • Politically Correct
  • Great American Plays and Great American Poetry
  • The Bathing Machine
  • Stagecraft
  • Impertinence
  • The End of Adolescence
  • Subvention
  • Two Teachers
  • A Culture of Confession
  • Theatrical Culture
  • Third Parties
  • On the General Uselessness of the Rehearsal Process
  • The Fallacy of the Director
  • Directing for the Stage
  • Time
  • Acknowledgments

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