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|Bill's Class||p. 13|
|Begin Again-Empty Your Cup||p. 15|
|The First Exercise-Did You Hear What He Said?||p. 33|
|Repetition Continues-Did You Really Hear What He Really Said?||p. 49|
|Developing Concentration||p. 64|
|How to Justify Absolutely Anything||p. 83|
|Don't Gird Yourself to Act; Open Yourself to Receive||p. 107|
|Objectives and Expectations: Be Careful What You Want||p. 127|
|Action Problems: Awaken Your Inner Criminal||p. 142|
|Scene Work: Private Conversations-Approach the Text and Pick Up Your Impulses||p. 159|
|Farewell to Repetition: Don't Do Anything Unless Something Happens to Make You Do It||p. 181|
|Daydreams, Fantasies, and Your Inner Life: Emotional Preparation||p. 197|
|Relationships: I Know He's Your Brother, but Who Is He Really?||p. 219|
|The Domestic Exercise: How Are Things at Home?||p. 234|
|The Second Round of Scene Work: Go Deeper into the Text||p. 252|
|Final Questions: It's a Wrap. Now Where Do We Go from Here?||p. 274|
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Excerpted from The Actor's Art and Craft: William Esper Teaches the Meisner Technique by William Esper, Damon DiMarco
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