My Approach to Teaching:
Everyone has a unique perspective and set of skills- I work with you to enrich what you naturally possess and hone your other skills to become a more well rounded actor. While acting is work- it should be fun and you should feel supported in a safe environment that allows you to explore and thrive. In this type of environment I give you the tools from different techniques to create the “toolbox” that works best for you.
My Perspectives on Training for the Industry:
You are never finished when it comes to training. There is always more to learn, always more ways to grow. Take classes- and not just acting! Improv is crucial for all actors, take singing lessons, dance/movement classes. Go to performances and museums. Continue to expand yourself as a person and you will grow as an actor! Also, make your own work. Create your own opportunities. Collaborate with other like minded artists and put yourself out there. Don’t wait for work to come to you. Make it happen!
Meet Brittany Flurry:
Brittany Flurry teaches classes and is the Administrative Assistant for The Actor’s School. She is an actor, writer, director, and producer. She graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BFA in Acting from Texas State University, and studied abroad with the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-upon-Avon. Brittany completed a two-year Meisner intensive with Richard Robichaux. She assisted Jay Jennings, professor at Texas State University, in creating his musical The Turning. In 2013, she started her own production company and filmed her first feature, Behind the Nose, which has been nominated for numerous awards including Best Texas Comedy, Best Actor and Actress, and Best Produced Screenplay. Flurry was also nominated for Female Filmmaker of the Year. She is currently working on several projects as one of the co-founders of Team Teamwork Productions. In addition to film and stage, Flurry also performs improv, stand up comedy, original songs and has experience as an emcee.
Starring in And Breathe
Directing Bride of It Came from Your Brain at The Institution Theater Fridays at 8 in October
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