Monthly Archives: March 2016

A PATH TO BETTER SINGING

Tweet  KYAHL ANDERSON is a director and acting coach for Opera Scholars Australia.   This is an organisation that provides classical singers between the ages of 18 and 24 a platform to develop their performance skills. In January KYAHL ran a … Continue reading

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STANISLAVSKI GOT IT WRONG!!!

Tweet  A key choice an actor has to make is the ‘objective’ they will pursue in a scene. It’s the thread that holds the scene together and secures the scenes position in the play.   In this area, Constantin Stanislavski’s theory … Continue reading

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Uta Hagen on Delivering Story

Tweet  There are a heap of acting tips available on how to be real but a search through the literature exploring acting techniques has thus far revealed little or no preoccupation with how to deliver the story. Yet, surely the … Continue reading

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Working With Simple Tools

TweetThe Rehearsal Room aims to train actors to deliver bold and realistic performances on short preparation times. That’s the way the workplace operates for a screen actor. A newcomer to The Rehearsal Room ANA DELLA ROCCA is trying out these … Continue reading

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