Meisner Intensive Talk with Sara Kohler – Maggie Flanigan Studio – Telephone 917 789 1599

Meisner Intensive Talk with Sara Kohler - Maggie Flanigan Studio - Telephone 917 789 1599In this interview with Katie, Sara Kohler talks about the Meisner Summer Intensive at the Maggie Flanigan Studio.

The Meisner Intensive supplies pupils together with the ability to experience what it means to train as a professional performer. In this interview, Sara talks about her expertise in the six-week summer intensive and how it was different than what she previously believed the professional training was like.

Q: What did you believe acting training was the Six Week Summer Intensive, before you started?

A: I though that training that is acting was a great deal of what I did in college. I didnt think it was mandatory for me. I didnt know what training really meant and so coming here, and learning the start of the Meisner technique, I began to understand that training was nothing that I believed it was. Its simply a fresh manner of working that I’d never even thought of and I had been looking to step into these characters in my own scene study classes that I had no notion how exactly to step into. I really had no technique and I didnt understand what I was doing. Coming here Ive began to know how you can work and Ive already learned so much.

Q: What occurred during the Meisner Summer Intensive that altered your perspective on training?

A: I was just always waiting for my cue and saying a line the way that I believed Id done homework on and that it had been rehearsed by me and really I didnt even understand the way to do homework, which will be insane. Merely thinking back to the summer, how far Ive come is astonishing and it really, really changed my life.


A: I was surprised to think back on those characters that Ive recognized and played that I had no idea what I had been doing. I didnt have training, I didnt have a technique, I didnt discover the best way to even prepare to get a function and with the Meisner technique you actually begin to realize what its like to craft and produce a nature and a condition and live through something. I was just shocked and its laughable to look at what exactly that I did before this. Its difficult for me to think that individuals have seen me like that and its embarrassing to be quite honest.

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