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Listen to our students share their experiences … THE ROLE OF EMOTION IN PERFORMANCE
I believe that the best actors don’t show that they’re “acting”. If actors draw attention to themselves they’re probably over-acting, pushing, playing the emotion or holding on to emotion. When actors do this they are not listening to their fellow actor but ‘working alone’ focused solely on themselves. Usually actors who draw attention to themselves draw attention to their ‘emotion’ ie. “Look how angry I can be or how sad I can be, look at how much I can FEEL!” This emphasis on cont…
INSIDE OUR SCHOOL! Here for the first time we open the doors to our school, where you will see Peter Sardi discuss and Demonstrate a powerful exercise. This exercise assists the actor in creating a scene that is Alive, Truthful and cont…
In this Video Peter demonstrates a signature exercise of our school “The Listen & Respond Exercise.” This exercise strengthens the actor’s ability to connect to his fellow actor first and foremost, where emotion results naturally and spontaneously.
“The three fundamental principles are to accept your feelings, know your purpose, and do what needs doing. The doing is what is important, not the result. Behaviour is what is important, not the result. Behaviour is what counts, not emotion. Not even the results of behaviour. What I do is the only thing in life that I can control.”—by David K. Reynolds