Imagined Emotional History – Defining the Actors Instrument

byMaggie Flanigan

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Any actor interested in studying the Meisner technique should explore what’s known as the actors instrument. An analogy between an actor and an instrument is a good way to help define all the aspects of the acting craft and help actors take in idea, information and lines and put out high quality work. As an audience member, it becomes apparent very quickly who the good actors in a piece are or who might be falling short. But, can we pinpoint what makes us feel that way? If this is the case, it is likely that the actors instrument is just not well developed.

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