Respect for Acting

By Uta Hagen

Summary

Since its original publication in 1973, Uta Hagen's Respect for Acting has remained a durable classic for all students of acting. As an acting instructor at the Herbert Berghof Studio, Hagen helped to develop the talents of world-class actors like Robert DeNiro, Matthew Broderick, Gene Wilder, Amanda Peet, Austin Pendleton, Whoopi Goldberg, and more. This updated edition illuminates Hagen's original text with a new foreword written by Katie Finneran, retaining the David Hyde Pierce foreword, along with added background on HB Studio-one of the original New York performing arts training and practice spaces-and an excerpt from Hagen's autobiography SOURCES.

Respect for Acting is a book for actors and audiences who understand the need for truth in the creative process.

- Discover the acting book that has shaped professional theater performances for decades

- Learn the history and background of Herbert Berghof Studio

- Practice the craft of acting with concrete exercises and instruction on technique

- Delve into the deep questions that arise when actors truly inhabit the lives of their characters

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