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QUOTE OF THE MONTH: "To learn something means to conquer it in practice.  One must learn through 'doing' and not through memorization of ideas and theories" … Jerzy Grotowski

If there is no struggle, there is no progress.  Frederick Douglass
 
It is an exciting time for the school as the structure for my classes is in a process of change. 
Each week brings a new discovery shedding light on some of the most basic truths of acting.
Taking the first step toward this new phase in my teaching was a difficult one but is
proving to be a most rewarding one. Altering one’s course in art or life is difficult as …

What people fear most is CHANGE – yet change, or the ability to embrace and accept change,

I believe is essential not only to the artist but to the individual.  I believe that an artist's work,

if he/she is an authentic artist, changes over a lifetime (maybe several times) because he/she changes.

What was true for us one year is no longer true 5, 10 or 20 years later.  The transition of an artists’
development to a new period is always scary because the new period
is unmapped and unknown

territory. To step from the known to the unknown takes courage. … Peter Sardi  7/11/10

"The artist never entirely knows. We guess. We may be wrong, but we take leap after

leap in the dark Agnes de Mille


"Acting is the ability to live truthfully under the imaginary given circumstances."
… Sanford Meisner

In this brief 2+ minute video
Peter Sardi touches on a few significant truths about acting.


 

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