The Work

Creative Training digs deep into the following:

• Character Study

• Intensive Scene Study

• Scene Preparation

• Scene Technique

• Audition Monologues

• Audition Technique

• Advanced Techniques

• Affective Memories

• A Practical Approach to Cold Readings

• Animal Exercises

• Private Moments

• Sensory Exercises

The Creative Person


A creative person pays attention to vague insights that most people cast aside on grounds of good sense and has “ego” strength that helps him rally from difficulties. He is also strongly motivated to find new ways and is willing to rebel against conformity. The creative genius may be once naive and knowledgeable, being at home equally to primitive symbolism and to rigorous logic. He is both more primitive and more cultured, more destructive and more constructive, occasionally crazier and yet adamantly saner than the average person.

– Frank X. Barron – 1963

– Excerpt from “Creativity and Psychological Health”

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