QUOTE OF THE MONTH:
“That for which we find words is something already dead in our hearts. There is always a kind of contempt in the act of speaking.”… Friedrich Nietzsche
Not too late to enrol …
LIMITED SPACES LEFT FOR CLASS STARTING VERY SOON!
*For further information regarding enrolment contact Sophie Sardi:
9432-3062 0419 539030 or email: email@example.com
Dean Kirkright … a TESTIMONIAL!
CONGRATULATIONS ELIZA D'SOUZA WINNER
"Best Actress Award" TROPFEST NEW YORK!
ACTORS: Jon Bryden & Eliza D'Souza
*Here is a clip of Eliza's work in our class from last term.
The Language Of The Stage is 'ACTION'.
A good actor has the ability, has the skill to unlock the meaning and emotion in a dramatic piece of writing by detecting and uncovering the rhythms in the writing. For the actor this ability is not an intellectual process. A great piece of music is dead on the page and needs an instrument – a piano, and a player – a pianist, to take the music off the page. A great piece of dramatic writing needs an instrument – an actor, to take the dramatic writing off the page and transpose the word(s) into the language of the stage – that is ACTION that is EMOTION. *See FULL Article!
*To all the NEW students who have signed up for the new term.
WELCOME – Your journey begins…
I look forward to meeting you & working with you over the next 9 weeks!
PETER TALKS ACTING…
What is "acting"?
What is it that actors do?