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Commercial Acting Class – Tragic Figures and Comedic Timing

A partial use of stereotypes can help the audience to better understand your character, at least on a superficial level that can be fleshed out later on in the performance. Character complexity cannot be ignored, however, or the viewer will rapidly become bored with the portrayal. In some instances, the writer may have written a […]
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Commercial Acting Class – Developing Characters Based on Distorted Personalities

When discussing identity and stereotypes, the term that must be discussed is distortion. The Meisner technique, along with other schools of acting, teaches that distortion is absolutely necessary for actors. Every performance, from film to reality shows, requires that actors distort the truth. If a distortion of the truth is done particularly well, it can […]
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Actors Instrument – Physical Expression is More Than Just Doing Stunts

Every actor has their own unique physical way of expressing themselves and an awareness of the physical space around them. Meisner acting in nyc helps actors to fully explore their habits of physical expression and movement, and how that differs from that of a character and how that can be used to improve your versatility […]
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Being Committed to Your Craft – Meisner Acting
22 Mar

Being Committed to Your Craft – Meisner Acting

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Rooted in the work of master acting teacher Sanford Meisner, Meisner acting classes use a series of exercises that build upon each other progressively, until the most complex skills are mastered. A student that experiences Meisner acting classes will soon discover that they will never be done learning the craft of acting. From exercises that […]
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Actors Instrument – Physical Expression is More Than Just Facial Expressions

Those actors interested in the Meisner acting technique may have heard of the actors instrument. While directors and actors are sometimes at odds due to creative differences, the truth is actors are the instruments, the components, that make up a successful production with a director as a conductor. Directors and actors may sometimes see things […]
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Commercial Acting Class – Stereotypes And Acting
19 Mar

Shia LaBeouf once said that, as an actor, he was a “lonely dude” but there is little evidence that many other actors share this feeling. The implication in this statement is that loneliness is a price that is paid by actors. In an interview for The Washington Post, he stated that a real actor must […]
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Developing A Strong Physical Ability Will Improve Your Acting Career

Those actors interested in the Meisner acting technique may have heard of the actors instrument. While directors and actors are sometimes at odds due to creative differences, the truth is actors are the instruments, the components, that make up a successful production with a director as a conductor. Actors are the most important element of […]
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