My time in New York is nearly over. In 24hrs I'll be heading to JFK and boarding a jet for Vancouver and then on to LA.
My time in this city has been life-changing. I hoped for as much but daren't expect it. My primary reason for hitting the big apple was to undertake the summer intensive Meisner training at Maggie Flanigan's studio here in New York's Chelsea. It is one of the best decisions I've ever made. The training is rigorous, led by Maggie herself and the principle
There are only five classes of my Summer Intensive here at The Maggie Flanigan Meisner Studio in NYC. The desire to stay on and do the two year course is intense. The work is intense. I want to master it, the technique, my craft. But it would take a huge amount of organisiation and upheaval to do that. In some ways it is rather odd that I want to continue with this work when I have left most classes in an extreme emotional state; either in tears or laughing, or like last Frid
I haven’t written a post for over a year. Why? I suppose it was a combination of things really; I lost my nerve, I didn’t necessarily want to spread my frustration and general misanthropy with the world and to be honest I was a bit lost. But now I am found. Or at least I’ve got plans. Last night I slept on my own couch. I hadn’t been chucked out of my own fictional marital bed but I have moved out of my bedroom and into my sitting room. It feels very odd.The reason behind thi