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Eric Morris Technique: Acting Instrument (6 Day Course)

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Academy of Film, Theatre & Television

41 Holt Street

Surry Hills, NSW 2010

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Eric Morris is one of the most influential acting teachers in the world. The author of such books as; Being and Doing, Irreverent Acting and No Acting Please, Morris’s work has influenced actors such as; Jack Nicholson, Johnny Depp and more. In this course students will learn the principles of the Morris technique and how these are used to create the unique AFTT system of actor training. Topics covered include:


  • Freeing the actor

  • Working through creative and performance blocks

  • Connecting personally to character

  • “Being” rather than “acting”

  • Performing organically and without tension


This course will be taught by Kate Hankin. Kate teaches The Eric Morris System at AFTT. She is a graduate of ACTT's Advanced Diploma of Stage and Screen Acting and studied at NIDA's Young Actors Studio. She spent two years training directly under Eric and Susana Morris in Los Angeles and returns to the States regularly. Screen appearances include the feature film While We Were, directed by Robert Roa, and I Rock on ABC. Theatre credits include: the Griffin Theatre playoffs; The Tempest directed by John O'Hare; The Happy House Show directed by Kate Gaul; Other Times with Judy Farr; A Midsummer NIght's Dream, under Anna Volska.


*Classes will run from 6:00pm - 9:00pm each Thursday night (7/9, 14/9, 21/9, 28/9, 5/10, 12/10) for the 6 weeks.
*All courses will be held on campus at AFTT.
*This course must have a minimum of 8 students to run.
*The content is suitable for students aged 16+.

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