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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
Contributed with thoughtful hindsight by 2nd Year Student Allison Spence Brown Why We as Actors Need to Get Out of Our Own Way for Our Work to Shine If you’re an actor, chances are you enjoy emoting. (I know I do.) After years of training and being surrounded by actors, there seems to be a […]Read More