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Performing and Understanding Historic Drama: A Journey into the World of August Strindberg
Upon returning home from my junior year abroad, I was abruptly confronted with the fact that I hadn't the faintest idea what I wanted to do for my Senior Individualized Project. With this in mind I began frantically ...
The Truth of the Moment: An Exploration into the Application and Validity of Practical Aesthetics as Taught at the Atlantic Theater Company Acting School
After spending six weeks totally immersed in study, rehearsal and exploration, while at the same time living in a city of 15 million people, I find it necessary to seek solitude in order to collect my thoughts. Upon ...
An Actors Workshop
In order to gain a holistic approach to the work between Michael and I, and to the script/production that would be receiving the changes and evolution, I tried to develop a four-pronged focus. Divided amongst Physical 1 ...
This Actor Prepares: A Discussion of David Mamet, His Dramatic World, His Acting Theories, and the Play Glengarry Glen Ross
When I learned of the potential opportunity to act in Glengarry, which is one of my favorite plays, I decided to use the Kalamazoo College SIP requirement as an opportunity to explore new territory in personal acting ...
Playing the Artist: The Creative Process for Playing the Rapist
Playing the Rapist is the culmination of years of exploration and growth. While that may sound grandiose, I fully believe that this production was the last line in the first chapter of my story as an artist. Through the ...
Free Pudding: Adventures in Comedy and the Importance of Free Stuff
My experiences with improvisation led me to believe that sketch comedy was the next step in creating comedy for the stage. When coming to college, I began to explore the theatre and its different aspects. Immediately I ...