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NOVEMBER NEWSLETTER

QUOTE OF THE MONTH:   Life is a process of becoming, a combination of states we have to go through. Where people fail is that they wish to elect a state and remain in it. This is a kind of death."… Anais Nin, “Winter of Artifice"

*All vacancies for our final term of the year have now been filled.  

Welcome to our November newsletter.  Commencing this month you will be able to read a series of articles. I have, over a 30 year period, collected and written numerous articles on the craft of acting and the creative process.  The Articles On Acting post will be updated on a regular basis.  You will have the opportunity to read up on everything to do with Acting and the creative process.  If you are an actor, a director or you are simply interested in the creative process, you will find these articles stimulating and informative. The first article, in this new series of articles, is titled The Language Of The Stage Is Action. You can read it now by clicking on the 'Articles On Acting' link in the header above.  

Current Term 3 Acting Classes students

 

Advanced Acting Class –> 
The Character. The actor will progress from Acting 2/Creating a Scene via Improvisation and move toward Acting 2/The Character.  Work in this class is ‘advanced work’.  Students will only be permitted to participate in this class at the invitation of Peter Sardi.


 

Intermediate Acting Class –>
Creating a Scene via Improvisation. 
The focus of this Acting Class is utilizing the skills, acquired in Acting 1 The Instrument,  to produce a dialogue between two people via Improvisation.

 


The Instrument  Acting Class –>
Acting 1 The Instrument.  In the same way that a pianist has his instrument –“The Piano”– an actor also has his instrument. The Actor’s instrument is his BODY. Within the BODY lie the actor’s ‘tools’ which he /she utilizes in the effort to create the life of a human being – aCharacter.  Through a methodical practice of specific exercises these tools are developed and strengthened as they eventually lead to the awakening of the creative capacities within the actor

 

A NEW artwork by Sophie Sardi has now been added for the month of November.

To view Sophie's most recent Art Work please click on image.



 

 

Stella Pulo is a friend of mine.  She is also a writer and performer. She writes stories and articles for newspapers and magazines, and one woman shows for herself to perform.  In 1992 she became the first Australian to be honored with lifetime membership into The Actors Studio. Stella is originally from Melbourne, Australia and now lives in New York City. On Sunday, December 18 Stella will be performing at La Mama Theatre in Carlton.  Details will be released in our December Newsletter.

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