Frantelle Alexandre Alexandre itibaren Lalor VIC 3075, Avustralya
I must confess, I felt cheated when I came to the end of Lithgow's memoir. I wasn't ready to let go and place him on the shelf. I am generally skeptical of anything written by a celebrity as I always assume that the individual is given a contract because of their status rather than an ability to write. I imagine that celebrity is certainly a title that Lithgow would prefer not to have attributed to him, but rather one of artisan continually in search of an opportunity to perfect his craft. He begins his memoir with an annecdote about his father as they look back over a myriad of experiences that shaped Lithgow as an actor. His father's Shakespeare festivals, the utopian exhistance at Harvard along with the many hard times on the road to a successful career on both the stage and screen are revealed in this touching narrative. Lithgow graciously opens his life to his readers as he shares how old age became a hardship for his father, a man of the theatre. Drama: An Actor's Education is delightfully engaging and certainly worth savoring over a long period of time.