“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 with Love and Gratitude by Terry Knickerbocker Earlier this month, the art and craft of acting lost a giant, an icon and a true master. William Esper was a tireless and obsessive champion of excellence in actor training. He put his indelible mark on the instruments of so many of our very best […]Read More
Contributed with Expertise by 2nd Year Student Allison Spence Brown For those of us who are artists-in-training, money can be tight. We are hustling to pay rent, tuition, grocery bills, etc… It can feel overwhelming. Especially in a city like NYC. We inevitably look for ways to cut spending: cooking at home, walking […]Read More
Contributed with hindsight by 2nd Year student Allison Spence Brown Actors shouldn’t “Use it” in their particularization. But what does “Using It” Mean? Let’s say you’re going through a tough time. Your mother is very ill and you are an emotional wreck, wracked with worry, sadness, guilt and panic. Now let’s pretend that while […]Read More