Learn the Techniques Successful Actors Use
Apply Renowned Techniques to Your Work
Be Prepared for Any Role With Multiple Approaches
Uta Hagen, Respect for Acting
Are you eager to be introduced to multiple acting techniques? This online experience was designed to introduce actors to three of the most significant acting techniques used by successful actors today: those created by Uta Hagen, Lee Strasberg, and Sanford Meisner. Learn how to use sensory work, repetition, substitutions, specificity, and more to create layered and provocative performances. Taught by acting coach Pamela Scott, this class meets once a week online and requires homework outside of class.
This class is right for you if you...
Want a strong acting foundation from which to spring forward.
Are an acting nerd who wants to sample every technique out there.
Already know some Hagen, Strasberg, or Meisner exercises and feel ready to further the technique with a scene partner.
After this course, you will…
Have a thorough understanding of multiple key acting methods.
Understand the connection between the 3 techniques and your work.
Possess a variety of techniques to use for any role.
Who are Hagen, Strasberg, and Meisner?
Uta Hagen, Lee Strasberg, and Sanford Meisner are three of the most influential acting teachers in history. Born in different parts of the globe, they each studied and built acting techniques based on Stanislavski’s prior work. Their impact continues to be felt in the world of film, theater, and television. Most renowned actors have some training in one or all of their methods.
Learn Hagen, Strasberg, Meisner Acting Technique Online
Instructor: Pamela Scott
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- This is an open level class and no audition is required. You can apply online.
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Pamela Scott is very proud to be a member of the T. Schreiber teaching faculty where she has taught and directed since 2003. Pamela was previously a full time guest director and teacher at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Stella Adler and a teacher of on camera acting classes and film genre classes at The N.Y. Conservatory for Dramatic Arts. She has directed at N.Y.U. in their Dramatic Writing Program. She also directed at The Actors Studio Playwright and Directors Workshop and was a member of the Actors Studio Playwright/ Directors Unit under the auspices of Estelle Parsons and Arthur Penn. She has been the Producing Artistic Director for Aching Dogs Theatre Co for the last 20 years.