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Written by [[Viola Spolin]].
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Overview from the Publisher:
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[[Viola Spolin|Viola Spolin's]] improvisational techniques changed the very nature and practice of modern theater. The first two editions of Improvisation for the Theater sold more than one hundred thousand copies and inspired actors, directors, teachers, and writers in theater, television, and film. These techniques have also influenced the fields of education, mental health, social work, and psychology.
  
 
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#[http://www.spolin.com/products.html/ Viola Spolin]
 
#[http://www.spolin.com/products.html/ Viola Spolin]
 
#[http://books.google.com/books?id=7Ayr9mZvY_oC Improvisation for the Theater] (full text on Google Books)
 
#[http://books.google.com/books?id=7Ayr9mZvY_oC Improvisation for the Theater] (full text on Google Books)
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==See also==
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*[[List of improv books]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 06:14, 25 December 2014

Overview from the Publisher:

Viola Spolin's improvisational techniques changed the very nature and practice of modern theater. The first two editions of Improvisation for the Theater sold more than one hundred thousand copies and inspired actors, directors, teachers, and writers in theater, television, and film. These techniques have also influenced the fields of education, mental health, social work, and psychology.

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  1. Viola Spolin
  2. Improvisation for the Theater (full text on Google Books)

See also


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