Bradley Taylor - Meisner

Bradley introduces the work of Meisner and explains what the benefits and objectives are to this approach. Actors are used to explore the technique and guide you through getting out of your head and acting instinctively.

Bradley Taylor - Meisner

Bradley introduces the work of Meisner and explains what the benefits and objectives are to this approach. Actors are used to explore the technique and guide you through getting out of your head and acting instinctively.

COURSE BREAKDOWN

  • 1

    Course Introduction

    • Meet Bradley, one of our acting coaches!

  • 2

    Acting Chat Board

    • What is a chat board?

  • 3

    An introduction to Meisner

    • An introduction to Meisner

  • 4

    Listening to yourself

    • Listening to yourself

  • 5

    Leaving yourself alone

    • Leaving yourself alone

  • 6

    The ball game

    • The ball game

  • 7

    Daydreaming

    • Daydreaming

  • 8

    Repetition

    • Repetition

  • 9

    Repetition - a closer look

    • Repetition - a closer look

  • 10

    Repetition - scene study 1

    • Repetition - scene study 1

  • 11

    Repetition - scene study 2

    • Repetition - scene study 2

  • 12

    Round-up

    • Round-up

  • 13

    How did you get on?

    • Share progress

  • 14

    Review

    • Send us your feedback!

WHAT YOU'LL GET

11 video lessons

Learn the value of leaving yourself alone and not get in the way of your emotions

Explore the emotional state an actor has in the present right now by exploring intentions

A certificate to share your achievement with the world when you finish the course

YOUR COACH

Acting Coach

Bradley Taylor

Bradley has over 10 years of experience teaching various disciplines in acting and vocal coaching and as an actor he has worked on high-profile theatre, television and film projects including ITV’s Dark Heart and Katie Mitchell’s Some Trace of Her at the National Theatre.