Letters to a Young Actor by Robert Brustein
(Art of Mentoring)

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The founder and director of the Yale Repertory Theater, as well as Harvard’s American Repertory Theater, and a drama critic for more than thirty years, Robert Brustein is a living legend in theatrical circles. Letters to a Young Actor not only inspires the multitudes of struggling dramatists out pounding the pavement, but also reinvigorates the very state of the art of acting itself.

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Daniel Bouludwas raised near Lyon, France. In 1993 he opened his much-heralded restaurant Daniel, which was awarded four stars by the "New York Times" and praised as one of the best in the world. He has since opened DB Bistro Moderne and CafE Boulud in New York, a CafE Boulud in Palm Beach, and Daniel Boulud Brasserie in Las Vegas. Boulud has received countless culinary honors, including Chef of the Year awards from "Bon AppEtit" and the James Beard Foundation, which also named him the country's Outstanding Restaurateur in 2006. He lives in New York City.
Published April 28, 2009 by Basic Books. 243 pages
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This smart, nononsense primercumdirective on the art and science of acting comes stocked with information and peppered with anecdotes that will inspire the ambitious actor, despite the daunting nature

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