Acting Techniques for the XXI Century
Taught by faculty member Dmitri Boudrine.
Saturday, January 25 at 10:30am
FREE and open to the public.
Call 323-465-4446 for registration and information.
Concentrated discussion and demonstrations that grant immediate improvement in an actor’s performance, whether it be for film, television, or theater. It consists of the following topics:
- Summary of the major techniques, based on the Stanislavsky System.
- Introduction to the Stanislavsky System, and the missing revisions and innovations.
- Stella Adler contribution to Imaginative Realism.
- Introduction and explanation of the “Imaginative Realism Technique,” introduced by Evgeny Vakhtangov, Michael Chekhov and developed by Stella Adler, used by the best actors of stage and screen all over the world.
- Practical work with exercises to reinforce the new aspects of the Stanislavsky System, as well as, the Imaginative Realism Technique.
- Q/A session
This workshop is suitable for beginners and advanced students who would like to get better understanding of existing acting techniques for contemporary Theater, Film and Television, and improve professional confidence.
Dmitri Boudrine currently teaches Theatre History in addition to ongoing workshops. He has more than 17 years of acting experience for Film & Television in North America. Dmitri studied film and TV acting and directing for five years at the Vakhtangov Theater School (Moscow, Russia), and went on to become an official representative of the school. He has extensive film, television and theatre credits.
Read more about Dmitri Boudrine here.
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