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Inside the Actor Circle Theatre

In this Episode of Actor Circle Theatre, you will hear gold nuggets of wisdom from Arthur Mendoza. This episode contains snippets of Arthur speaking in class on different topics that an actor needs to hear. Arthur Mendoza was taught the Stella Adler technique of acting directly from Stella Adler and is one of the few that have learned the processes directly from Stella Adler herself. Arthur has worked with many working actors such as Jason Momoa, Mark Ruffalo, Selma Hayek, and Benecio Del Toro just to name a few! Read Full Show Notes →

How to read Tennessee Williams' "The Glass Menagerie" Part 5

Arthur Mendoza introduces Tennessee Williams and how to read, break down, and interpret his work. Read Full Show Notes →

How to read Tennessee Williams' "The Glass Menagerie" Part 3

Arthur Mendoza introduces Tennessee Williams and how to read, break down, and interpret his work. Read Full Show Notes →

How to read Tennessee Williams' "The Glass Menagerie" Part 4

Arthur Mendoza introduces Tennessee Williams and how to read, break down, and interpret his work. Read Full Show Notes →

How to read Tennessee Williams' "The Glass Menagerie" Part 2

Arthur Mendoza introduces Tennessee Williams and how to read, break down, and interpret his work. Read Full Show Notes →

How to read Tennessee Williams' "The Glass Menagerie" Part 1

Arthur Mendoza introduces Tennessee Williams and how to read, break down, and interpret his work. Read Full Show Notes →

Stella's Protege 5

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The Fundamental Techniques of Stella Adler

Arthur Mendoza breaks down the most important and fundamental techniques, imaginary story and the animal exercise. Read Full Show Notes →

Being Real Is Boring

Arthur Mendoza explains why being real in a scene is boring and ruins a scene. Read Full Show Notes →

Studying Sides Won't Teach You Anything

Arthur Mendoza speaks to why acting classes that teach you how to read sides aren't teaching you acting. Read Full Show Notes →

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