Other People's Shoes: Thoughts on Acting #2020

Other People's Shoes: Thoughts on Acting By Harriet Walter Other People s Shoes Thoughts on Acting Harriet Walter is well known for her performances at the Royal Court Cloud Nine Hamlet with Jonathan Pryce the RSC Nicholas Nickelby Macbeth with Antony Sher and the National Theatre Arcadia as
  • Title: Other People's Shoes: Thoughts on Acting
  • Author: Harriet Walter
  • ISBN: 9781854597519
  • Page: 231
  • Format: Paperback
  • Other People's Shoes: Thoughts on Acting By Harriet Walter Harriet Walter is well known for her performances at the Royal Court Cloud Nine, Hamlet with Jonathan Pryce , the RSC Nicholas Nickelby, Macbeth with Antony Sher and the National Theatre Arcadia , as well on television, where she played Amy on Unfinished Business and Harriet Vane in the Lord Peter Wimsey series In this book, she uses her experience to illustrate the pHarriet Walter is well known for her performances at the Royal Court Cloud Nine, Hamlet with Jonathan Pryce , the RSC Nicholas Nickelby, Macbeth with Antony Sher and the National Theatre Arcadia , as well on television, where she played Amy on Unfinished Business and Harriet Vane in the Lord Peter Wimsey series In this book, she uses her experience to illustrate the processes involved in performance.
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    655 thoughts on “Other People's Shoes: Thoughts on Acting”

    1. It took me longer than strictly necessary to read this, but I savored every page This book made me a want to watch all the plays, and b thankful for Walter s intelligence as an actor, writer, and teacher.


    2. A dear, dear friend brought this book back from the U.K for me, knowing I shared her passion for all things Harriet Walter I ve been a fan ever since seeing her play the incomparable Harriet Vane in Gaudy Night, which is both a favorite TV show and a favorite book from Dorothy L Sayers series about Lord Peter Wimsey To make it even sweeter, Other People s Shoes was the subtitle of a Noel Streatfeild book, Theater Shoes, and Walter recently appeared as one of the tenants in Ballet Shoes Be still, [...]


    3. The second book I ve read by Harriet Walter recently It s not a memoir as such nor is it an acting instruction manual What Walter does is talk about the acting process for her perspective from learning the lines through to last night curtain call Although she does touch on film TV acting her main focus is understandably theatre acting There are anecdotes threaded throughout it but even for people who aren t actors this is or less an interesting informative peak behind the curtain.


    4. Having read some of Harriet s other essays on Shakespearean roles I was really excited to read this and it didn t disappoint The way the book is set out makes it really interesting and easy to read Even if you are not particularly an actor you will enjoy this book that mixes humour and sensible advice Amazing


    5. I ve been reading this on and off for about 12 years I bought it in Stratford upon Avon as a stagestruck 13 year old and dipped into as i grew up, understanding some bits and being scared off by the complicated bits Reading now in my twenties, I m so glad I had the foresight to buy it knowing I d need it someday Chockful of brilliantly precise practical advice and examples from her own amazing career, Harriet Walter delineates how to create a convincing character through a mixture of preparation [...]


    6. I love Harriet Walter as an actress, hence my interest This is a view into Britain s recent decades of theater as well as a view into an actress decades long journey There were many things that spoke to me as a mid life creative.


    7. You read the book and you have the feeling Harriet Walter is talking to you Very down to earth book and a great insight into an actor s life.


    8. loving it it s odd, she and i had very different childhood experiences, yet and i had extremely similar early childhood feelings about expressing onself and figuring out how to do that.


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