I wish you all could be at tonight’s rehearsal. An already funny scene + actors who are willing to experiment and take changes + everyone a little punchy = lots of hilarious outtakes.
Unless you are gifted with a stellar memory, learning lines take a lot of work. A LOT of work.
If you watched the closing ceremonies of the London Olympics, you saw a lot of really great British musicians showcasing some of the talent that has come out of that country. You may have also noticed that Eric Idle’s performance of “Always Look on the Bright Side of Life” from the musical Spamalot seemed to…
MIKE: You don’t want a cheese tour. MARGARET: Sure, I do. #1; Epoisses
“Acting is living truthfully under imaginary circumstances.” — Meisner Today we start (arguably) the best part of the rehearsal process; table work. Today we get to stretch and flex our muscles of imagination. Today we get to flesh out our character relationships. Today we begin to build up details. Today we find the softer moments,…