Alex Murphy

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Acting for the Camera

In todays film world, you never want to be caught “acting.” The goal, always, when the camera rolls – you must get an audience to believe “you are who you say you are.”

Our six days together will take, as its primary goal, the great and perhaps the most useful notion in “on-camera” work: of building a “new version of me” for each and every second that the camera rolls. “Personalization” of any and all role playing on-camera is the technique notion of our time, and we will go after that. It is the demand made by all the best film work today.

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Fusion Technique III

Fusion Technique III,with Short Play Production Why Fusion Technique? “Success leaves clues.”  There are very few successful actors today that have relied on a single technique of acting-one way of working to get to their peak, and significantly, to stay there, making it possible to deliver  consistent, believable, emotionally intelligent performances for stage or camera.

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FUSION I

Fusion Technique I

Fusion Technique,with Short Play Production Why Fusion Technique? “Success leaves clues.”  There are very few successful actors today that have relied on a single technique of acting-one way of working to get to their peak, and significantly, to stay there, making it possible to deliver  consistent, believable, emotionally intelligent performances for stage or camera. Fusion

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