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The skeleton and the colour of a performance

How do you work out a plan for a performance and then drop it so that you are alive in the moment?   In the attached clip you can see Actorium student Nancy Kato's progression in her work. In the first clip (black and white)  she is focused on her Objectives without...

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Over-thinking your role?

A topic that came up a lot this week was over-thinking scenes. But the question is not actually a matter of whether or not you’re over-thinking a scene, the question is whether or not you’re thinking about the right things. This 1st Set of questions are examples of...

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Stop Doing it Right

In the beginning, actors work very hard to do a scene, or play a role 'correctly'. They struggle to meet the demands of the script to the point where they follow it like an architect may follow a blueprint. They no longer allow themselves the freedom of natural...

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Outside the Lines

In order to be able to fulfill a role you must be able to extract a character from the script. What does extract a character from the script mean? It means you are able to play the character as a separate entity. You are able to separate the character from the story....

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