The Stanislavski system is based on the theatrical theory and techniques developed by Constantin Stanislavski, a Russian actor, director and theatre administrator of the Moscow Art Theatre. The system is based around an actor “living the part” but always staying one step away from complete belief. It is a complex method used to produce realistic character portrayals.
The late, Deirdre O’Connell of the Focus Theatre, won a scholarship at Erwin Piscator’s New York Dramatic School. While performing in one of the various productions at the Dramatic Workshop’s Repertory Theatre, she was spotted by Lee Strasberg and invited to join the Actor’s Studio where she discovered the Stanislavski system, which was to become her life-long passion and the Focus Theatre’s artistic policy.
Inspired by the late Deirdre O’Connell, Hope Brown a former student founded The Agni Acting Studio.
Sunday studio from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM.
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For new students interested in joining the studio, auditioning as a means of gaining admittance is not a requirement. However, a chat over coffee is necessary.
Term Fee: 390.00
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