Harry Mastrogeorge is a legend in the acting community. As a teacher, he famously has rejected the idea that performers need to draw on their own experiences and emotions to understand their characters. He also has some thoughts about all those methods, starting with Stanislovski 👇
His notable students include Ray Liotta, Bryan Cranston and Brit Marling just to name a few. Beyond his years of widsom, Harry is also an incredible storyteller with a wealth of experiences from a life in acting. For instance, back in the day he hung out with John Cassavetes and Gena Rowlands. As recently as a few years ago, aspiring actors would have had to move to LA and busted asses in auditions and tapings to learn his sage advice. Then probably busted even more asses waiting tables or making drinks to pay tuition. Now, for the price of a cup of coffee ☕ you can learn the essential lessons from the master himself… and maybe find some other cool stuff along the way.