If you’re an aspiring actor, then mastering the art of cold reading is a must. Not only is it a valuable skill to have in your acting toolkit, but it’s also something auditioners look for when casting. Cold reading can be intimidating at first, but with enough practice and guidance, you’ll be able to create […]
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Auditioning has significantly evolved in the past few decades and years. The arrival of casting directors on the scene has made the entire process much smoother, faster, and streamlined. While video reels remain a popular form of auditioning for most established as well as up-and-coming actors, headshots haven’t lost their charm too. Even today, you […]
Every actor must master their auditioning skills to be successful in the business. A strong audition tape can often make or break your career. Earlier (before the pandemic had hit us), these auditions would mostly take place in person, against the backdrop of casting agents and screenwriters. However, during the pandemic, production houses resorted to […]
Let’s take a step back for a moment: what kind of work do you want to create? For me, it was about delivering Oscar-worthy moments in every performance, because those are the moments that stay with an audience. So, what does it mean to be Oscar-worthy? Well, I actually did a poll in every one […]
Before we dig into the human energy centers, I want to pivot for a moment. A common phrase I would like to introduce here is “the body is your instrument”. But what does that even mean? Well, this is actually something I completely believe in now, but also used to question before this method was […]
Energy, in physics, is defined as “the capacity for doing work”. It may exist in potential, kinetic, thermal, electrical, chemical, or nuclear form, or in a range of other forms. There are, moreover, heat and work (i.e., “energy in the process of transfer from one body to another” [Brittanica.com]). I may be getting all scientific […]
As actors, we have so much at our disposal to work with: we have our body, voice, memories, life experiences, imagination, and breath. I am so pumped for you to experience what The Chakra Approach® will do for your craft! For me and so many of my students, the results and what I/they had been […]
Think of how good it will feel to have a concrete way of getting out of your head! For myself and my students, this has been a real game-changer for how we prepare for our scenes and show up for our auditions and performances on-set. You may get stuck in your head in the future, […]
When you experience a stellar performance (you know the one I’m talking about), you feel invincible; it is the absolute best high in the world. You feel like some kind of rockstar that just dominates all things in the best way possible. It feels powerful—and it’s all because you held the key to your audience’s […]
To understand not only your emotional landscape but how to diagnose other people’s emotional experiences is imperative to creating a more empathetic society. We need to focus on how emotions ebb and flow in the body because it makes us more aware of people’s circumstances. For instance, I might feel territorial about something and you […]