Video Workshops & Presentations
Michael Chekhov’s 5-Guiding Principles
Lisa Dalton and Wil Kilroy, NMCA’s Master Teachers, discuss Michael Chekhov’s 5-Guiding Principles. NMCA alumni will remember the lectures during Chekhov Training Intensive workshops on this subject. This series is a much deeper discussion for anyone interested in Michael Chekhov’s ideas on theater.
“Practice Psycho-Physical Exercise to affect artistic states.”
“Use intangible expressions to produce tangible results.”
“Employ Creative Spirit and Higher Intellect to unify performance.”
“Each point on Chart of Inspired Action awakens all other points.”
“Ask questions of each point on the Chart.”
Part of Michael Chekhov’s toolkit for warming or loosening up, lifting or lowering energy, and directing energy across a stage and out to the cosmos. Several versions of this are taught during NMCA Chekhov Training.
Wil Kilroy & Lisa Dalton Videos
Lisa Dalton & Wil Kilroy, NMCA Master teacher and Theater Department Director at NMSU plays with some of his favorite exercises, including Kilrobics, the world-famous fusion of Yoga, Thai Chi, Tibetan Rites, and Michael Chekhov.
Higher Ego & Creative Individuality
Lisa Dalton and Joerg Andrees discuss an intersection between Michael Chekhov and Rudolf Steiner.
- Part 1. Higher Ego and Creative Individuality: What do they mean?
- Part 2. Michael Chekhov training? How is it unique from other trainings?
- Part 3. Potential of Michael Chekhov for acting and understanding social life? What is the Theatre of the Future?
- Part 4. Humor: Its relationship to Higher Ego
Lisa Dalton & Joerg Andrees discuss Creative Process
Conversations Between Master Teachers
- Home Auditions
- NMCA Quarterly Member Meeting