Grotowski vs. Stanislavsky: Thoughts on their Methods

In the world of acting, you are constantly yelled at to be creative and to follow your impulses. Your impulses are small, fast trains that drive you towards fulfillment in an acting scene. If you don’t ride the train, then you’ll fail. Where did this acting approach stem from?

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Auditioning with Michael Shurtleff

In the world of theatre and film, an actor must generally audition for a casting director, a director and, sometimes, an actor who has been cast already. Michael Shurtleff was an incredible and notable casting director during the 60’s and 70’s, and auditioned brilliant artists such as Dustin Hoffman and Barbra Streisand.

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