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How many films have you watched where the supporting/character actor’s performance was so memorable that you wanted to know more about him/her? Each episode is a Socratic discourse with actors who share the how and why about their film/theatre scene(s).


( ) noun. [meTHəd aktiNG]

1. The Mission of the Method Approach Podcast is to enlighten.

2. Worthy of notice; remarkable; outstanding

3. Noteworthy significant people and events that shape our culture, our daily lives, our environment and our humanity.

1 A PODCAST interviewing actors of distinction 2 devoted to an examination of mores, institutions and current events.

Method Approach Landscape

meth·od act·ing
/ˈmeTHəd aktiNG/

A technique of acting in which an actor aspires to complete emotional identification with a part, based on the system evolved by Stanislavsky and brought into prominence in the US in the 1930s. Method acting was developed in institutions such as the Actors’ Studio in New York City, notably by Elia Kazan and Lee Strasberg, and is particularly associated with actors such as Marlon Brando and Dustin Hoffman.


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