With more than twenty years of experience in teaching acting, I have learned and practiced various approaches, including techniques devised by Michael Chekhov, Jacques Lecoq, Sanford Meisner, Viewpoins/Suzuki, Stanislavski, Grotowski, David Zinder, Noguchi taisō, amongst others. I have worked with Robert Wilson, took part in the Lincoln Center Directors Lab. In Japan, I worked with Oriza Hirata, Toshiki Okada, Min Tanaka, Mari Osanai, and have appeared in television dramas (Hulu, NHK), and various commercials. 



Besides teaching acting, I have been working as an actor, director, theatre researcher. My PhD was written on various acting methods that focus on two main strengths of an actor: presence and silence. 



I strongly believe that the most essential tools an actor needs to master are the most basic ones: how to stand, how to sit, how to move: how to be on stage. 



None of the names mentioned above sound familiar yet? No problem! In our initial consultation we design a personalised approach that fits best your experience and goals.  


For more information on my professional experience please visit www.tinarosner.com




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