Title

Kathleen Turner on Acting: Conversations About Film, Television, and Theater

Document Type

Book

Publication Date

2018

Abstract

Over Kathleen Turner's forty-year career, she has developed an instinctual knowledge of what it takes to be a successful actor. In conversations with film professor Dustin Morrow, she shares her lessons with the world. Few actors have had the kind of dynamic career that Kathleen Turner has; success has followed her from the television screen to major blockbusters, from indie films to the theater stage. Over her forty-year career, Turner has developed an instinctual knowledge of what it takes to be a successful actor, and, in her conversations with esteemed film professor Dustin Morrow, she shares these lessons with the world. With her iconic wit on full display, Turner dazzles readers with her shrewd insights on the craft of acting and charming anecdotes from her own storied career. Touching on each of her roles, she expounds on the lessons she's learned and describes her journey of discovery in the world of acting. An epic and intense one-on-one master class in acting from the best teacher imaginable, [this book] is a must for acting and directing students of every age, established actors and directors, filmmakers, theater professionals, and fans of her work.

Description

Skyhorse Publishing

Persistent Identifier

https://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/27836

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