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Haber encourages and leads the reader through the audition process with helpful, humorous examples. Includes script excerpts, celebrity pictures and personal testimonies from today's hottest stars. Haber encourages and leads the reader through the audition process with helpful, humorous examples. Includes script excerpts, celebrity pictures and personal testimonies from today's hottest stars.


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Haber encourages and leads the reader through the audition process with helpful, humorous examples. Includes script excerpts, celebrity pictures and personal testimonies from today's hottest stars. Haber encourages and leads the reader through the audition process with helpful, humorous examples. Includes script excerpts, celebrity pictures and personal testimonies from today's hottest stars.

30 review for How to Get the Part...Without Falling Apart!: Featuring the Haber Phrase Technique for Actors

  1. 4 out of 5

    Cass Kay

    Back in the day, I had this book gifted to me when I graduated high school. It became my bible, filled with highlights, dog-eared pages, and notes. The format and information is fantastic. There are stories from actors who have made it, actual script experts to analyze, and one of the best character development break downs I've come across. Eventually my life veered away from the stage and I began to write stories. I stumbled across this book and discovered the content is just as usable for write Back in the day, I had this book gifted to me when I graduated high school. It became my bible, filled with highlights, dog-eared pages, and notes. The format and information is fantastic. There are stories from actors who have made it, actual script experts to analyze, and one of the best character development break downs I've come across. Eventually my life veered away from the stage and I began to write stories. I stumbled across this book and discovered the content is just as usable for writers building characters as it is actors portraying them. This book is a fantastic resource for digging deep and creating dimensional characters.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Casey McKinnon

    Helpful read for actors on auditioning techniques, with a lot of fun horror stories from Hollywood stars who also studied under Margie Haber. This is required reading for studying at the Margie Haber Studio.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    lots of helpful information, will definitely be rereading this a lot

  4. 4 out of 5

    Regan Michele

    Very motivating and helpful for especially to people new to acting. Really loved the scene excerpts that can be easily used for practice and training.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Paul Lyons

    Valuable resource for the actor or actress regarding the problem of auditioning. Margie Haber uses her years of experience as an actress, a speech therapist, casting director, and teacher to educate those wanting to improve their cold readings during auditions for film and television. In "How to Get the Part...Without Falling Apart!: Featuring the Haber Phrase Technique for Actors," Haber highlights her patented, cold-reading technique, and goes into detail on how to break down a scene into tang Valuable resource for the actor or actress regarding the problem of auditioning. Margie Haber uses her years of experience as an actress, a speech therapist, casting director, and teacher to educate those wanting to improve their cold readings during auditions for film and television. In "How to Get the Part...Without Falling Apart!: Featuring the Haber Phrase Technique for Actors," Haber highlights her patented, cold-reading technique, and goes into detail on how to break down a scene into tangible, playable verbs, beats, and intentions. She guides the actor to steer away from memorizing for an audition, and instead embrace the sides in front of you as an important tool as. you focus on the other person (you are reading with). In addition, there are various lists of Do's and Don'ts, as well as focus on living the life of a scene through one's body. In addition to various anecdotes from Margie's professional career, she also features quotes and anecdotes from many of the professional actors and actresses she has worked with over the years...all in relation to the art of auditioning. Yes, perhaps too much of the book is devoted to the author's self-promotion of her teaching and technique, which serves as more a distraction than anything helpful to the actor. And yes, some of her teachings are vague and confusing, creating a need for deeper explanation. That said, Margie Haber's "How to Get the Part...Without Falling Apart!: Featuring the Haber Phrase Technique for Actors" is still helpful guideline for the actor, encouraging current and future thespians to embrace the audition process, rather than fear it.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Staci

    The first part about audition seemed the best part about the book. The book can be seen as dated when looking at the audition stories and there are better books for acting technique than what is provided in the latter part of the book. There are also better books about auditioning.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Porter Kelly

    This book is a great resource...I go back to it for auditions all the time. Practical advice to help actors prep on-camera auditions.

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    Sol

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    Kimberly Warner

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    Naomi Cohen

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    Heather

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    Tom Callahan

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    Ted Cross

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    Drew Cody Hester

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    Kenny Leu

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    Mark Badaczewski

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    James W. Johnson

  30. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie Storey

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