Acting: An Introduction To Stanislavski And The Method
Konstantin Stanislavski was one of the greatest living theatre practitioners who transformed the actors training from formulated cliché to inner process and emotional reality. His legacy still lives on today in the training of actors worldwide. Nowhere was this more prevalent than in America, where a group of visionaries took Stanislavski's work and developed what is now known as the 'Method', made famous by the Actor's Studio New York, which produced actors such as Marlon Brando, Robert De Niro and Al Pacino.
In this course you will be given the founding basis of the actors training.
Asking the questions of Who, What, When, Where and Why, you will be guided though a series of structured exercises and improvisations designed to release the imaginative and emotional world of the actor.
Over the ten weeks you will learn how to work on and by yourself using the most important tool that you have at your disposal: 'You'.
Entry requirements: None
Please note: This course is for students aged 18 and older
Tom McClane is a professional actor who trained at Central Saint Martin's Drama Centre. He has taught extensively at many drama schools in London and worked for some of the leading British theatre companies.
No materials are needed for this course.