How do you train as an actor?

ALLISON: At the core of training is the power of breath. Notice your breath. Now try to get out of its way. Just like a painter is keen on color, a sculptor sharp on shape, a chef shrewd to smells; the actor is acute to every intricacy of life. The pallete of the performer is all of existence. This is why an actor could train anywhere, anytime, in tandem with any task. One studies life so all of life is a lesson. As a worker in the service industry, this meta-mumbo jumbo is especially helpful during long gigs, reminding me to practice focus, shift my center and try to use every opportunity as a point for growth. I have been enthralled by opportunities for collaborative playmaking with Rag

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