Monthly Archives: May 2015

Getting the Walk Right!!

TweetIt is thespian convention that “When creating a character the first thing that has to be done is to get the walk right!!” Why? Why? WHY? If the character of a person determines the way they behave what on earth … Continue reading

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Tweet  Good acting has much to do with finding a plausible balance of all the ingredients. BUT often the fear of being ‘too BIG’ swings the balance towards being real and believable and away from driving the drama of the … Continue reading

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Crazy Impro Night

TweetThis week’s crazy impro exercises for the Advanced ll Workshop were great fun.  Big improvements in acting process emerged because actors found – They didn’t need to fear SILENCE They could use SURPRISES as the key to driving the drama That … Continue reading

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The Standard is Going UP

TweetThe MASTER CLASS just gets better and better. An important part of The Rehearsal Room process is for actors to assess their own progress. At the start of every MASTER CLASS each actor decides what element they will focus on … Continue reading

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