"I am always ready to learn, but I do not always like being taught."
--Sir Winston Churchill
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I do not expect this directory grow unless my students will do their webpages themselves.
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2004 & After
1. electronic submission of the resume (attachement) at the end of the class. [I ask my students to submit it to one of the Forums (3 Sisters or 12Night).]
2. start your Actor's Journal
3. reading list
4. get a good textbook
5. collect monologues, scenes, write YOUR wish list (what role you want to act, play to stage), write your own script...
See BioMechanics and System of the Method
Do you want to study online? Get yourself a big folder and start collecting your partfolio... What do I mean? Do the inventory of youself as an actor or a director (That's what your resume is for -- a summary). Fill out the forms I have for students, takes tests (to know where you are). See lists of books, videos -- what you know and you don't know yet. Keep the record. Start your Actor's Journal or Director's Notebook. Write every day (the cyber learning requires more effort and discipline, kids). About what? Read the pages on journals...
Check the classes directory and select the class on your level. See what you need for the electronic existence...
As a cyber-student you have to be ready to act as my TA!
Yes, take some live classes in theatre. Or film. And even more important -- do theatre! Shoot!
PS. Since I do not FAQ page in this subdirectory, a few words about how to use it. Check the resumes, the samples (done by all levels of actor-students). See letters of recommendations to understand what will valued in you. If you are rather advanced actor, read my notes about business.
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[ to be updated in 2003 ]