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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
Contributed with love by 2nd Year Conservatory Student Allison Spence Brown I’m just going to jump right in and say it: There’s a reason that some actors continually work with the same person. You expedite the process of getting comfy with one another. You rely on the fact that your chemistry is already […]Read More
Contributed with wisdom by 2nd Year Student Allison Spence Brown A beginners mindset is imperative to excellence in all art forms. In acting, it ultimately creates more flexible, playful, and compelling performances. But what does a “beginner’s mindset” mean? And how do we retrain our brains to function in this way? To me, […]Read More