Monthly Archives: August 2012

Economical Acting

Tweet  I received an email tonight asking what it means when actors use descriptions such as “I go on trying to eliminate and to economise” and “in film acting, depending on the type of part you’re playing, it is about economy”?  … Continue reading

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The Intelligent Actor

Tweet    MODEL ONE An experienced actor came by the other day.  He was recording an audition to send interstate.  This actor told me he had just played a guest lead in a current series.  The comment was made that … Continue reading

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TAKING RISKS

Tweet Amy Gibson came by the other day.  She is in the middle of a creative adventure. http://www.amygibsonprojects.com/bio.html She holds a Diploma of Arts in Classical Dance and has now studied in Paris with Philippe Gaulier and in London with … Continue reading

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Who Are You Talking To?

Tweet  THINK ABOUT THIS … It is NOT the actor’s job to reveal what they are thinking to the audience . It is NOT the actor’s job to show how they are feeling to the audience . It IS THE ACTOR’S … Continue reading

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MANAGING PERFORMANCE FEARS

Tweet  Like actors, sportsmen and women give performances too. Athletes and actors have many things in common.  For example, they both have public events at which they have to display their skill. At The Rehearsal Room we frequently discuss the … Continue reading

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