“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 curiosity by Staff Writer and Two Year Conservatory Graduate Student Lucia Sawh In between running an acting conservatory, spending time with his family, and teaching classes to over 125 students this year, Terry Knickerbocker still manages to stay current and feed his soul on topics from spirituality and mental health, to fiction and today’s […]Read More
Contributed with humility by Second Year Student Allison Spence Brown I can admit it: As a kid growing up in Missouri, I held a misguided notion that to be an actor you didn’t need to train. Yes, I thought, some actors were more skilled than others. But didn’t it all boil down to luck? […]Read More
Contributed with humor by Second Year Student Allison Spence Brown Do you consider yourself a “Non-Actor”? Great! You’re in the perfect place to learn how to act, even if you don’t consider yourself an actor. Yet… A little bit of backstory on yours truly: Growing up, acting wasn’t my bag. I was all about sports–basketball. I joined […]Read More