Monthly Archive for: ‘April, 2018’

  • Freeing The Actor!


    Another year over! Thanks to ALL the acting students who participated. We will be seeing most of you again in 2019. A couple of very long standing students of our school will be leaving us (you know who you are).
    We will miss you and want to take this opportunity to thank you for BEING here. You not only contributed to your own ‘growth’ but to ours. Stay TRUE!  Peter and Sophie Sardi

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    *For more information regarding all classes please contact Sophie Sardi: 
9432-3062 0419 539030 or email:

    Peter Sardi sat down with Film critic and journalist Peter Krausz for a radio interview, where shares his life experiences as both actor and teacher.
    In this Part One segment
    Peter Sardi shares his thoughts on the fundamentals of acting and character and more…

    Freeing The Actor!


     The purpose of Acting Methods and Techniques should be to FREE the Actor. Unfortunately a lot of ‘techniques of acting’ often do the opposite; they constrict and hinder the actor. There is no one method or technique that is better than another. In the end all techniques should aim at FREEING the ACTOR so as he/she can most easily communicate the author’s intention by way of … cont…

    “I studied under Peter over a number of years in his beginner, intermediate and advanced acting courses. I had virtually no acting experience when I started and a late starter at that. In a relatively short period of time, under Peter’s tutelage I was able to quickly move through his programs to achieving my goal of landing paid acting jobs.
 Peter is an outstanding acting teacher, coach and an outstanding human being & I could not recommend him and his acting programs more highly. I am grateful for the opportunity to have worked with him and grateful for growth I experienced under his guidance.” … Joe Bradford

    WAITING… WAITING…  “If you’re going to wait for the job … you will die.” ~ Dustin Hoffman [more…]

    ACTORS are especially susceptible to this WAITING game. Why? The very stuff of the actor’s life is one where he is continually waiting for the next job, the next audition. Waiting for his/her agent to call. Actors are incredibly dependent on the director, the casting agent and their particular agent for the next acting job. This can be incredibly disempowering. Control is given over to another, the director or the agent. It is very easy for an actor to get lost in this waiting game. ~ Peter Sardi


    *For more information regarding all classes please contact Sophie Sardi: 
9432-3062 0419 539030 or email: