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  • 6 (More) Must-Read Books for Actors

    You can’t learn to act from a book. Acting is doing. It is an exploration that is constantly evolving through practice and commitment. Books, however, are an indispensable resource for actors, as they give us access to some of the most brilliant minds in the industry and insight into what works for them. As an acting coach, my teaching style is a marriage of the many techniques I have learned both directly from renowned teachers in the industry and the enlightening words they have written. 
    In 2012, I wrote an article detailing six must-have books for aspiring and working actors. With a fresh start to 2015, I thought I would revise my list for some new and old inspiration. Here are some of my favorite books as well as reader suggestions that take actors on a trip to master their craft, empower themselves, and enjoy the journey.
    “How to Stop Acting,” by Harold Guskin. Acting coach to the stars, Guskin offers a brilliant and simple strategy: Just keep it real. He advises actors to approach text in a freeing manner. Instead of transforming yourself to become a character, the character becomes you. He offers sound and unique advice on adapting to the particular demands of playing difficult emotional

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