We’re excited to announce the launch of The Actor’s Toolkit today, which gathers together its definitive range of titles for working actors and actors in training. Written by some of the finest practitioners in their fields, these books are designed to equip actors with everything they need to learn, develop and thrive.
As the UK’s foremost publisher of plays and books on theatre, Oberon is also the go-to publisher for those who teach the craft of acting and their students. The Actor’s Toolkit comprises eleven titles in all, based around the categories of Movement, Voice, Text, Auditions and Career.
The launch is supported by a social media campaign, advertising in trade press and a discount offer on the Oberon website. Anyone interested should head to www.actorstoolkit.co.uk to learn more and get 3 for 2 on any of the eleven core books in the series until 31st January 2017 with the discount code TOOLKIT342.
Books in the Series
- Dramatic Adventures in Rhetoric: A Guide for Actors, Directors and Playwrights, Giles Taylor, Philip Wilson, £18.99
- The Clown Manifesto, P. Nalle Laanela, Stacey Sacks, £12.99
- The Improv Book: Improvisation for Theatre, Comedy, Education and Life, Alison Goldie, £12.99
- Keith Bain: The Principles of Movement, Keith Bain, Michael Campbell, £16.99
- In-Depth Acting, Dee Cannon, £14.99
- How to do Accents (Second Revised Edition), Edda Sharpe, Jan Haydn Rowles, £18.99
- How to Do Standard English Accents: From Traditional RP to the New 21st-Century Neutral Accent, Edda Sharpe, Jan Haydn Rowles, £18.99
- Shakespeare’s Advice to the Players, Sir Peter Hall, £14.99
- Acting Shakespeare’s Language, Andy Hinds, £14.99
- The VoiceOver Book: Don’t Eat Toast, David Hodge, Stephen Kemble, £12.99
- Acting: Cut the Crap, Cue the Truth – Living the Life and Doing the Job, Natalie Burt, £14.99