The Margolis Method expands the performer's expressive and creative capabilities. Reflecting over twenty five years of research by Kari Margolis, the Method centers on the dramatic force and emotion that emanate from the actor's physicality, uniting instinct and intellectual analysis.
Actors are trained comprehensively, exploring the vital connections between physical and vocal expression. The universal principles of Margolis Method are applicable to any theatrical style or aesthetic, ranging from abstract experimental to linear text-based plays.
Through this rigorous method, performers broaden their expressive range and garner the skills that allow them to create meaningful original theater productions that place the performer at the center of the creative process.
With certified teachers and trained artists working worldwide, the Center finds its home where ongoing workshops are taught.
Art Forms And Cultures I Would Like To Engage With
To create an original piece of theatre with a trained and committed group of artists, who speak and understand the same language of theatre.
My Creative Influences & Favorite Artists
The Margolis Method is inspired by the work of Etienne Decroux, Jerzy Grotowski, and Bertolt Brecht.