When you stand on the stage you must have a sense that you are addressing the whole world, and that what you say is so important the whole world must listen. -Stella Adler
A. Yes, that's exactly what we do.
A. Yes, this class is perfect for serious
beginners. Check out this TED video of Jill Bolte-Taylor. If it speaks to you then so will this class.
A. If you are a complete beginner you will acquire a working
vocabulary and understanding of what the art of dramatic acting is
about. If you're already a working actor this class will quicken your mind and unpack your soul.
A. Jaron Lanier's YOU ARE NOT A GADGET is a great read for someone like you. If you're interested in what he has to say then this class might be a perfect fit. -More info about my Communication Consultant work for technical experts and business professionals can be found... here.
A. You are welcome to audit a class and if it's appropriate then yes, you can enroll with your parent's consent.
A. Please go to the following web site for help with that: www.smartg.com
A. Dramatic acting teaches through pathos and paideia. Read this NY Times article by Jonathan Franz: if it resonates, then this might just be the place for you.
A. No, this is boutique acting school, we don't have visas.
A. There is no method! Great acting comes from the gut. The polemic around Stanislavsky, The Actors Studio and the Method
started in the 1950s and is still going on. IMHO the war is over. If you'd like to know who won watch My Week with Marilyn starring Michelle Williams and then see The Prince and the Showgirl (the film upon which My Week with Marilyn is based).
More Questions about studying with Shelley Mitchell? Call (424) 209-9822