The Work


Method Acting, the roots of which were originally developed by Russian actor and director Constantin Stanislavski, is a systematic approach to the development of craft tools that allow the actor to access and guide his instrument to create unique, personal, and organic responses to real and imaginary stimuli that fulfill and parallel the character’s experience. The essential nature of Method Acting is to make the part real for the actor and consequently the audience.

Rob has developed a unique approach to Method Acting derived from Constantin Stanislavski’s system, advocated by Lee Strasberg, Elia Kazan, Sandy Meisner, Stella Adler, Uta Hagen, Michael Chekov, and contemporary coach and author of No Acting Please, Eric Morris.

Rob’s teaching encompasses in-depth process work and exposure to specific craft tools that identify and dismantle both conscious and unconscious obstacles offering the actor the full range of his talent.

Rob’s perception and guidance have evolved from numerous theatrical, psychological, and spiritual approaches and disciplines – both ancient and modern. He utilizes these tools and insights in precise ways to create a paradigm shift that solves the individual problems of talented actors and leads to freedom in the creative process.