Blognews and updates from the studio

Breaking Through Barriers
25 Oct

Breaking Through Barriers

Acting Studio
25-10-2011
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Acting conservatories are for actors seeking a two year acting program that will help them move deeper into their art, break through barriers and strengthen any weaknesses before they become prohibitive. True professional actors are never through learning. Those that make it look easy are the actors that have worked the hardest. Removing oneself from […]
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Movement Class – Becoming Exceptional on Stage
03 Oct

Movement Training helps actors to immediately move beyond physical constrictions and use the body as a full acting instrument that can interact fully, with all the senses, to the world around them and to the other “players’ in that world. For more information about movement technique classes at the studio, call (917) 789-1599 or go […]
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Pretending and Emotional Memory
17 Sep

Pretending and Emotional Memory

mfs
17-09-2011
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Looking to eliminate the practice of “pretending” in acting, one of the goals of the Meisner technique is to help actors to learn to “do” in the moment. Actors must learn how to commit to actions and dialogue quickly, deeply and truthfully so there is no chance to focus on yourself or get distracted as […]
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Preparing for Commercial Auditions
19 Jul

Preparing for Commercial Auditions

Acting Studio
19-07-2011
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Commercial acting is it’s own art form and is deceptively more complex than you might think at first. There is far less time, often fewer words at your disposal to connect with an audience. Time limits and limits of camera framing require that you be brilliant in a very short period of time and within […]
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Getting Hired for Commercial Work
14 Jul

Getting Hired for Commercial Work

Acting Studio
14-07-2011
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Learning valuable “on camera” technique is one of the core skills an actor needs to audition well and get hired for commercial work. On camera work is a discipline in and of itself. There are very different rules in commercial work. What’s different? On camera techniques require the actor to accomplish as much as they […]
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The Art of Cold Reading
04 May

The Art of Cold Reading

Acting Studio
04-05-2011
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Cold reading
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Creating a Safe Place for Vulnerability
02 May

Creating a Safe Place for Vulnerability

Acting Studio
02-05-2011
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Receiving more individualized attention from an acting teacher or private acting coach can be a rigorous process that strips away many of an actor’s preconceived notions of their skills. An actor’s innermost thoughts and feelings can be difficult to expose to a larger class of actors. A good acting instructor should create a safe space […]
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