FREE ACTING LESSON: Making An Impression






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Brad Heller shares his tips on making an impression as an actor.

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The Heller Approach Acting Studio
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Burbank, CA 91506

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“The Heller Approach” is an acting technique that gives actors a simple yet practical and solid foundation so that actors are ready and empowered with reliable and easily accessible tools to work in any medium. The technique and it’s application is based on muscle memory and not on past personal experiences. It truly frees the artist to access feelings and thoughts that are universal to all humans. An Amazing technique born from working actors and directors. “The Heller Approach” is taught exclusively by Brad Heller. Group classes are available every Thursday night and Tuesday days in Los Angeles, California. Private lessons are also available via skype or in person. Professor Heller taught for 5 years at UCLA before going private. He is an actor, director and teacher. Heller’s teachings are based on the works of Don Richardson, who Heller mentored. Don was an original member of the Group Theater, which was the nucleus of Acting in the United States. His fellow students were Sanford Meisner, Stella Adler and Uta Hagen, but Don was the only student from the Group Theater who said, “The Method is NOT what acting is about.” He directed over 800 television shows in his time. Richardson was mentored by Charles Jehlinger , who was one of the most important (even if largely unknown) acting teachers in America and taught for nearly 50 years at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Among his pupils were Cecil B. DeMille, Edward G. Robinson, Spencer Tracy, Hume Cronyn, Kirk Douglas, Anne Bancroft and Robert Redford.