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The David Fine Method is a reformed style of acting in which an actor or actress physically lifts his/her body when encountering an operative word. The method was developed in 2012 by David Fine, while working on a production of William Shakespeare's The Tempest. Actors and actresses who utilize the method are referred to as "David Fine-ers", and the process of mastering the method is referred to as "David Fine-ing".
Although the method is widly popular among young actors and actresses across the county, most directors look down on the method, discouraging utilization in actual performances.
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