Acting is a craft, just like any other art form and in all forms of art there are many different techniques used by the artists to create their art. Painters, writers, sculptors, architect etc all have their own toolbox full of techniques to help them with their creative process. Acting is no different. In this course I am not going to teach you an acting technique but rather introduce you to some of the many techniques that are being taught and used around the world. Whether you learn one technique and stick with that your whole career or fill your toolbox with many different techniques it is important to know what is available and to have at least one reliable technique in your toolbox.
This course consists of the following lessons:
- What is technique and why do we need it
- The Stanislavsky Technique
- The Strasberg Method
- The Adler Technique
- The Meisner Technique
- The Uta Hagen Technique
- The Chekhov Technique
- Practical Aesthetics
- The Viola Spolin Technique
- The Actor’s Foundry Technique
We truly hope that you will enjoy this course and that it gives you an understanding of the various techniques out there and helps you choose which technique or techniques you would like to explore further.