Meisner Master Class in acting- available in DVD or Streaming.

The Sanford Meisner Master Acting Class is available in
DVD or Instant Streaming.

Known as theater’s best kept secret, the Sanford Meisner technique is now recognized as the healthiest and most enjoyable approach to acting.  Ahead of his time, Sandy Meisner developed tools for actors that emphasize staying in the present moment and placing full attention on one’s partner.  These skills not only teach how to become a better artist, but also how to become a better communicator in all areas of life.  For actors, directors, and all students of the performing arts, this master class is of great practical value. Check out the Meisner Master Acting Class – available in DVD or Streaming.

Meisner Master Acting Class – available in DVD or Streaming.

 

Acting Training DVD

Meisner Master Class DVD

The Sanford Meisner Master Class Training DVD is the original 8 hour version cut in 2006 that includes the documentary original sound quality as it was shot as well as subtitles.  This longer, slower version is best for committed acting students and directors who want to study the historical era as well as the timeless teachings of Sanford Meisner.  BUY NOW

 

 

 

Acting Training Instant Streaming

Meisner Master Class Instant Streaming

The Vimeo Instant Streaming is a condensed 4 hour version with improved sound available right now on any device that accesses Vimeo.  This best-of-th- best version is for acting students and directors who want to access the core of Sandy’s style of teaching right now, with a focus on honing the specific techniques used in the Meisner approach to acting.   WATCH NOW

 

Meisner Master Acting Class - available in DVD or Streaming.

Meisner Master Acting Class – available in DVD or Streaming.

“To be an interesting actor – hell, to be an interesting human being – you must be authentic and for you to be authentic you must embrace who you really are, warts and all. Do you have any idea how liberating it is to not care what people think about you? Well, that’s what we’re here to do.”

— Sanford Meisner