Vancouver Method-Style Acting Classes
Meisner Technique and Stanislavski System

Acting Program

Actorium Intro, Foundations, Scene Study, Role Immersion

Additional Programs

Acting for 40+ , Supernaturally Shy Acting Program

Core Students

In-depth on Actorium Training

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Finding Your Inspiration

To give yourself over to a role you must find your way to fall in love with the story. Find a way to reach the core of the playwright's inspiration. Find what it is that moved them to write the story. It will be through your investigation of the story that you’ll...

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Learning Agility and Fear of Failure

In order to learn, especially in something as complex as an art like acting, movies, stories, theatre - you have GOT TO learn how to fail. You've just got to. It feels so incredibly bad at first. It feels like failure means a dead end right? But it's the opposite. You...

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Acting and Process

When you create something new - whether it is as simple as changing a hairstyle, or as complex as designing the software to guide a rocket landing on Mars - there will be a period of time when you’re not sure which direction to take, when you’re not sure if it will...

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Individuality

“The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are.” Joseph Campbell. I know no better way to becoming a better actor than to becoming *more* yourself: dropping the persona, dropping the act that we present to the world and to ourselves. Although the development of...

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Embracing the Negative

  Embracing the negative is an interesting process, and Michelle’s blog post detailing it out in 3 stages was super helpful at describing the journey I was stumbling through. It’s true. Of all the steps, step 3, portraying the flaws, is the hardest. I’ve been...

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