Voice Into Acting: Integrating Voice and the Stanislavski Approach

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7.4 X 9.6 X 0.9 inches | 1.4 pounds

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About the Author

John Gillettis also the author of Acting Stanislavski - A practical guide to Stanislavski's approach and legacy (Bloomsbury, 2014). He has also written articles on acting and the preface for a new edition of Stanislavski's Creating a Role (Bloomsbury Revelations, 2013). JohntrainedasanactorintheapproachofStanislavskiandMichael Chekhovandhasworkedwidelyintheatre, radio, filmandtelevision.Hehastaughtanddirectedin manydramaschools, including RADA, LAMDA, CSSD, and GSA, and wasHeadofthePostGraduateActingCourse atEast15. John has run acting workshops here and aboad, is a member of Equity and has had a prominent role in the writing of recent arts policy documents for Equity and the Creative and Leisure Industries Committee of the TUC.

Christina Gutekunst has been Head of Voice at East 15 Acting School since2003. Apart from co-writing Voice into Acting, she contributed a chapter, Organic Voice: Vocal Integration through Actor Training in a book for Routledge, Somatic Voices in Performance Research and Beyond (edited by Christina Kapadocha, 2020).

Christina trained as an actor in Germany and Britain, and then gained her Post Graduate diploma and MA in voicestudiesatthe Royal Central SchoolofSpeechandDrama.Shehastaughtvoice innumerous acting schools, has worked on voice-overs as actor and director and co-ran two theatre companies. She has also coached on productions for TV and theatre.