Meisner, Method, Stanislavsky: Blending the masters to complete your toolkit

Meisner, Adler, Strasberg: pioneers in the American theatre who each took the teachings of Konstantin Stanislavsky, expanded upon and extrapolated from them to create their own acting processes which became the training backbone for generations of actors across the world. These famous names were among the first wave of teachers to modernise the craft of acting as the movement toward naturalism in the advent of film and television swept across the theatrical landscape in the mid 20th century. Next generation contemporaries again who have taken their techniques and further evolved them include the likes of Eric Morris, Ivana Chubbuck, William H. Macy/David Mamet (Practical Aesthetics) and more

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