The Actors Center

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The Actors Center, New York City, was founded in 1996 by J. Michael Miller.[1] The Actors Center aims to continue to develop actor's craft in relation to their growth as human beings.[2] At the Center, established actors work with each other, challenging themselves to achieve a higher level of artistry[1] under the guidance of Master Teachers from around the world. The Center defines a Master Teacher as "someone to whom a generation of established actors look to as their primary artistic influence".[3]

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