Stella Adler-LosAngeles Adler Technique I is the course ofstudy upon which the training of the modern actor is based. Actors are the"doers" in the collaborative effort that results in a film or playbeing seen and heard. Therefore, all understanding is made "doable"in the learning of the skills for the actor. Listed below are eight highlightsof the craft that actors are taught to practice: 1.   Understandingof self through the art form of acting 2. Actor's relationship to words and feelings 3. Physical and mental relaxation within the circumstances 4. Creative imagination as a major acting tool 5. Application of the three levels of justification 6. Non-verbal expression through character behavior 7. Relationship with partners 8. Mental actions and their four specific types 



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