Books on Acting
John Nobbs has written two books on acting, Frankly Acting and A Devil Pokes the Actor: Frankly Acting 2
Frank Theatre (Ozfrank Theatre Film) was founded by Jacqui Carroll and John Nobbs in Brisbane, Queensland, as an acting ensemble dedicated to creating visceral theatre performances that reflect the best training and aesthetics that emerge out of modern east and west theatre practice.
Since 1992 Ozfrank Theatre has used, as the basis of its creative process, Frank Suzuki Performance Aesthetics (FSPA) John has been developing the FSPA over many years as a Western evolution of the Suzuki Actor Training Method (SATM) and Frankly Acting outlines the inspirational history of the evolution of the FSPA from its parent, the SATM.
John Nobbs, following an extensive career in modern dance, has utilised his considerable curiosity, combined with a highly developed kinaesthetic knowledge to articulate and develop a uniquely modern actor training system that draws on eclectic contemporary and classical precepts.
John Nobbs' second book, A Devil Pokes the Actor: Frankly Acting 2, further explores the visceral and psychic training of the actor.
Frankly Acting $Aus 25
pp within Australia $7
A Devil Pokes the Actor: Frankly Acting 2 $Aus 30
pp within Australia $8