PUBLICATIONS - Book
The Persuasive Actor: Rhetorical Power on the Contemporary Stage
This book, officially released by the Hackett Publishing Company in March of 2019, is a bold and innovative approach to contemporary actor training. By adapting the classical principles of rhetoric, today’s actor learns to send a powerful vocal “charge” into the act of speaking, strengthening expressivity and range, vocal bravery and command. The book seeks to rediscover the lost art of persuasive speaking, ultimately transforming an actor’s relationship to language, from Shakespeare to Stoppard, from Shaw to Hip-Hop Theater, igniting a spark that will create a more evocative, courageous, and thrilling performance.
PUBLICATIONS - Article
“Looking Both Ways,” published in AMERICAN THEATRE, February 2010, as an accompanying sidebar to Kermit Dunkelberg’s “An Actor Gives the Devil His Due.” Both articles chronicled the momentous experience of taking Milosević at The Hague to the Joakim Interfestinternational theater festival in Kragujevac, Serbia, where it was awarded a special jury prize recognizing the play’s “daring, skillful, dramatically innovative andsocially engaged approach” to telling the complex story of conflict in the Balkans.
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