Happy Monday! Welcome back to Acting Class Daily and Part Five of The Elysium Aesthetic.
We begin each month with a complimentary, week one perspective-shaper. A tone-setter for the tools and practices we’ll be covering over the next three weeks in each of our three areas of lifelong growth: artistry, instrument and craft. Enjoy!
This Month’s Focus
Part Five: Never Settle For The First Taste Of Success
Never Settle For The First Taste Of Success
“Do I dig deeper … or is this my finish line?”
Olympians know when they’ve put in a good day of training.
They can leave their practice facilities with peace of mind and recharge for the next session.
When actors experience success, on the other hand, we face a crossroads:
“Are these signals of success coming from my intellect … or my artistic truth?”
We have an intellect eager to settle. An instrument facing the unknown.
A yearning to embrace our instincts. A feeling of untapped potential just below the surface.
How do we know when another level exists?
How do we know what to do to access it?
This week we’re forging into our process a way to ensure we leave no artistic truth behind.
The muscle, the perspective builder, of Never Settling For The First Taste of Success.
Next Class: Motivation Muscle
Previous Class: Nature Transformation
What A Thing
Tug Of War
CRAFT: EA First Rehearsal, Rehearsal Report, Learning Lines, Nurture Transformation, Nature Transformation, Sensory Transformation, Physical Transformation, Relationship Transformation, Soul Work, Character Hooks, Etude Work, Rehearsal Exercises.
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