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Malcolm Jamal-Warner on memorizing lines

some rehearsal techniques

Michael Fassbender: ¨I want to be well-prepared so I have the ability to have freedom¨

on inner monologue

the trellis of acting technique

“a life-changing understanding of stimuli and the path”

What Are You Listening FOR?

on personalization

the only acting book you’ll ever need

Judi Dench slays a Shakespeare sonnet

AWAS alum in Oppenheimer

on staying fresh

Jeremy Strong on preparation

what is an acting class really

“living the part”

Jake Lacy on how ‘The White Lotus’ reminded him that ‘the funniest thing is the truest thing’

the gaping hole

rami malek on playing freddie mercury

even movie stars have to deal with anxiety

Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles on the importance of failure

free things you can do for your acting

on acting in comedy, according to Michael McKean

an invitation

putting points on the board

the scene partner experience

Should I Stay or Should I Go?, or, acting an inner conflict

the visceral difference

the fun part

advice from Phillip Seymour Hoffman

a day at the museum

the camera and the gut

drawing the bow

the things you can learn from clickbait

House of Cards writer Beau Willimon on the centrality of the underlying need of the character

a casting director on what to look for from an acting class, and what NOT to look for

on not judging the character, Tom Hiddleston as Loki edition

on playing to win

more on the trouble with meisner

Morris Chestnut: “I always try to get better. I still see acting coaches.”

circumstances, underlying objective, and Donald Trump

“Everyone wants to eat, but no one wants to hunt”

FAQ: Do you teach audition technique?

the high school drama teacher in T.J. Miller’s life

one of the most important things about being successful, according to Michael Jackson

Brian Eno: beautiful things grow out of sh*t

not you as the character, but the character as you

Glenn Frey and acting

“not a technique person”

best of this blog: 2015

what Christian Bale regrets

the great gena rowlands on acting and reading

the Islamic State and acting

directors have it easy

“the better things you need to do”

what acting can do

faq: what else should I know?

the great challenge of making imagined relationships feel like real ones

“the grit to keep standing”

“and I was like…is this real?”

the secret of their success

STOP! in the name of doing it better

an awful black hole

resting bitch face and the badge of appeasement

“Who am I without my sport?”

see what I mean? (eisenberg vs. segel)

I feel so sorry for Jesse Eisenberg

the truth is not what you think it is

the trouble with “method” and emotional memory

no is huge

the actor: child AND adult

do you really want to know?

contested space, or, getting out of your head (and into the room)

Best of this Blog: 2014

working loose, working tight