What makes an actor dynamic? How do they keep their focus on stage? Alley Theatre Resident Acting Company member Elizabeth Bunch guides you through the importance of an actor’s concentration and how to harness it on stage.
Want to learn more?
Check out the resources described by Elizabeth:
The Monologue Audition by Karen Kohlhaas
Karen Kohlhaas’ website: https://art-and-audition.com
Josh Pais’ website: https://committedimpulse.com
Impro: Improvisation and the Theatre by Keith Johnstone
Meet the Artist
Alley Resident Acting Company Member
Elizabeth Bunch has performed in over 75 productions with the Alley including Marianne in Constellations, Aimee in The Humans, Olivia in Twelfth Night, The Pilot in Grounded, Paulina in The Winters Tale, Rosalind in As You Like It, Eliza Doolittle in Pygmalion, Desdemona in Othello, The 39 Steps, Dry Powder, Good People, Dracula, Other Desert Cities, The Elephant Man, Clybourne Park, August: Osage County, Our Town, The Lieutenant of Inishmore, Doubt, Proof, and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? New York and Regional credits include Playwrights Horizons, Guthrie Theater, Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Keen Company, and The Flea Theater. Elizabeth spent six summers with the Middlebury Bread Loaf Acting Ensemble. Some favorite performances there include Juliet in Romeo and Juliet, Viola in Twelfth Night, Isabella in Measure for Measure, and Stella in Streetcar Named Desire. Elizabeth has taught at the University of Houston. She is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.