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Reflection Four of my Facebook contributions (found here).
Another amazing summer has flown by! It’s always an eye opening experience to work so intensively with an array of passionate students, all of whom have different levels of experience with the Method. For Company members, who train side by side with artists just entering the program, the fresh perspective of new students helps to “keep us honest.” They bring up questions that can challenge us and also help us clarify concepts and exercises we’ve come to take for granted. Read More
There are a lot of projects on the horizon! Margolis Brown ADAPTORS’ show, In Search of Tonto Blue hits Baltimore October 1-10 at the Baltimore Theatre Project. We have a slew of workshops coming up in Baltimore, Minneapolis, and at Viterbo University. Check out the Margolis Method Center’s website for dates and info.
We wrapped up an amazing summer session of intensive workshops here in NY with the Margolis Method Center. I’m working towards my Certification in teaching the Margolis Method and becoming a faculty member of the school. It’s challenging, amazing work, and I am learning so much! There’s a lot of great work ahead and I cannot wait to see what’s around the bend!
Reflection Three of my Facebook contributions (found here).
Over the past few weeks we’ve been focusing on transitions–the space between acting beats–and I have to say, I’m once again amazed how easy they are to overlook (even after 9 years of working in the studio, I’m still discovering deeper and deeper layers of understanding)! Kari always reminds us that our tendency is to be “action oriented,” and since turning our attention to transitions, it became clearer than ever how true that is! It’s ironic that transition time is so easily forgotten when you consider how vital it is. When I allow myself to just take the time I need, there’s absolutely nothing like it! I had the pleasure of working with a long-term colleague during an improvisational structure in class, and one of the reasons I felt our work was so satisfying for both us and the audience was because we respected and embraced our own and each others’ transitions. There were moments we worked ourselves into dramatic situations that had come to a rest, and by keeping those moments alive and letting them resonate, we gave ourselves time to size up both where we were and what the audience needed next. By specifically focusing on this transition time we were able to see options that we would have otherwise overlooked. It’s moments like these in the studio that hammer in the truth that “theatre lives in the transitions.” Read More
Reflection Two of my Facebook contributions (found here).
Theatre is storytelling. And one of my favorite things about training at the Margolis Method Center is that we get to make theatre every day. Every exercise we are confronted with challenges us in some aspect of technique to hone our craft as theatre artists. Our training approaches the craft of acting like a diamond—a whole entity with many facets—and on any given day we explore a single facets as part of the greater whole. Even when focusing on a singular concept, we never lose focus of the actor’s primary need: to tell a story. Read More
What follows is an introduction as well as my first reflection for a series of reflections I’m doing for the Margolis Method Center’s Facebook page. Expect more to come!
Greetings Facebookers! My name is J, Hanson, and I’m pleased to be composing a series of reflections on training here with the Margolis Method Center in beautiful Barryville, NY. I will be writing about my personal challenges and breakthroughs in the studio as well as those of the group at large, and I would be thrilled if folks would pipe in with their own thoughts on the morsels I bring up. But first, a brief personal history.
“In Search of Tonto Blue” has hit Minneapolis with rehearsals and two performances coming up May 21st & 22nd at the amazing Illusion Theater. This space is near and dear to my heart, having done so many productions here with the Margolis Brown ADAPTORS. The staff is great, the lobby is beautiful, the backstage is awesome, and there isn’t a bad seat in the house. It’s so great to perform in this gem of a theater for our base here in Minneapolis.
Here at 7 Stages rehearsing for our second performance. Opening night was a thrill! I really cannot say enough great things about the people here with 7 Stages. They are all so skilled, upbeat, helpful, flexible, and friendly!
We’re making a few tweaks to the show that I really think will give it even more polish. Atlanta’s amazing, and I cannot wait to hit up my home crew in Minnesota next!
PHEW! Been a wacky year with some personal set backs but I find myself on the road with the amazing Margolis Brown ADAPTORS yet again! This time with the new show “In Search of Tonto Blue,” a wild ride on stage with the amazing Tony Brown and Gregory G. Schott. Alas, I was injured and unable to do much to add to the show on stage, so I’m instead working with the sound and video–and there’s a lot of it! The show is rich with original music, songs, and some dazzling video media. We’re currently on our last day of rehearsal at 7 Stages in Atlanta, with the world premier happening tomorrow. The space is great, the people at 7 Stages are so friendly and helpful, and the weather is gorgeous. What more could you ask for on tour? After a 4 performance weekend, we truck off to our faithful fans in Minneapolis, MN to perform at the Illusion Theatre, one of my absolute favorite spaces.
One night only! Rehearsals are going well and we can’t wait to reconnect with our amazing fan base in the Twin Cities!
“… and help us beat the economic punch!”
We hosted a quirky, performative fundraising brunch in the Margolis Method Center‘s home of upstate NY. Donors were treated to a rich 1950′s environment, archetypal character/servers, and ongoing performances by Margolis Method Center actors. Catering generously provided by Jill’s Kitchen of Narrowsburg, NY.
Many thanks to our wonderful fans and supporters who make our ongoing artistic efforts possible!