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Simon Callow

Simon Callow

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“ Make yourself a priority once in a while. It's not selfish. It's necessary. ” ― Anonymous
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  • Faust

    2003·
    ·3.76·223 Ratings
    This is a translation of this masterpiece by the author of 'Fathers and Sons' and 'A Noblemen's Nest'. Written in just a few days in 1856, Faust describes the elusive nature of love.
  • To the Actor

    2002·
    ·4.14·462 Ratings
    How does an actor learn to: * Call up emotion? * Develop a character? * Strengthen awareness? These are essential techniques for every actor, and Michael Chekhov's classic work To the Actor explains, clearly and concisely, how to develop them. Chekhov's
  • Orson Welles, Vol. 2: Hello Americans

    2006·
    ·4.21·184 Ratings
    Simon Callow’s celebrated first volume of Orson Welles’s life concluded with the brash young director unveiling what would prove to be his—and arguably American cinema’s—greatest achievement: Citizen Kane. But instead of embarking on an illustri
  • Orson Welles, Vol. 1: The Road to Xanadu

    1997·
    ·4.15·378 Ratings
    “A splendidly entertaining, definitive work.”—Entertainment WeeklyIn this first installment of his masterful biography, Simon Callow captures the chameleonic genius of Orson Welles as only an actor/director deeply rooted in the entertainment industr
  • Being An Actor

    2004·
    ·4.05·94 Ratings
    Few actors are more eloquent, honest or entertaining about their life and their profession than Simon Callow. Being an Actor traces his stage journey from the letter he wrote to Laurence Olivier that led him to his first job, to his triumph as Mozart in t
  • Orson Welles, Vol. 3: One-Man Band

    2016·
    ·4.46·72 Ratings
    The third volume of Simon Callow’s acclaimed Orson Welles biography, covering the period of his exile from America (1947–1964), when he produced some of his greatest works, including Touch of EvilIn One-Man Band, the third volume in his epic and all-i
  • Charles Dickens and the Great Theatre of the World

    2012·
    ·4.16·172 Ratings
    Simon Callow offers a fresh perspective on one of the greatest novelists in the English language, bringing to life Dickens the man. He reveals an original genius, and offers an insight into a life that was driven as much by performance and showmanship as
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