“With your fellow actors and the audience, you’re trying to make a little better sense of the funny, scary, bewildering, business of being alive.”
– Terry Knickerbocker
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Contributed in good faith by Alumni Allison Spence Brown I am currently living in what I’m told is a “post-graduation-slump”. I graduated from Terry Knickerbocker Studio’s Two-Year Program in June. The post-grad hoopla has died down I am left feeling slightly paralyzed. What’s next? What should I be doing? I know how to act, […]Read More
Contributed with introspection by Alumni Allison Spence Brown featuring photos of Second Year Student Gianna Collier-Pitts / Photos by Second Year Student Zach Lane As actors, we have a tough job. We are tasked with keeping several balls in the air at once — all while making it appear effortless. We must learn our […]Read More
Contributed with gratitude by Third Year Student Emma Welch On the first day of Voice I (two long years ago, back when our hearts were frozen, our body “circles” were tight as f***, and our voices were minuscule), our very first assignment was to write “A Poem to Our Voice.” The poems […]Read More