Monthly Archives February 2016

The Seven Words You Never Hear In Acting Class

A million years ago in the age of silent films, a popular actor on Broadway was hired by one of the film studios to make his first film. After signing his contract, he left the studio head’s office and went directly to the studio’s equipment facilities to check out one of their film cameras because he wanted to take it home and dismantle it to figure out how it worked. What that actor, Buster Keaton, learned that night about the film camera he would use to create a body of work, which would influence both comic and dramatic actors and
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