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The Hayek Program Podcast includes audio from lectures, interviews, and discussions of scholars and visitors from the F. A. Hayek Program for Advanced Study in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. The F. A. Hayek Program is devoted to the promotion of teaching and research on the institutional arrangements that are suitable for the support of free and prosperous societies. Implicit in this statement is the presumption that those arrangements ...
 
Arthur Mendoza was the principal acting instructor for the Stella Adler Conservatory of Acting West. He has taught in Los Angeles for more than 20 years and has worked with such talents as Khandi Alexander, Sasha Barrese, Peta Wilson, Finola Hughes, Branford Marsalis, Deidre Hall, John Jopson, and Salma Hayek, and he worked extensively with Benicio del Toro after he won a scholarship to the Conservatory. He has performed in more than 124 plays and worked on television and in film, including ...
 
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On this episode of the Hayek Program Podcast, Peter Boettke sits down with Sandra Peart to tackle a host of topics, beginning with an investigation into balancing the tension between leadership and scholarship in academia. Later in the podcast, the pair discuss several of the great economic thinkers and their insights, with specific emphasis on ...…
 
On this throwback episode of the Hayek Program podcast, we revisit Christopher Coyne's "Doing Bad by Doing Good" as part of a book panel discussion. Christopher Coyne is joined by panelists Peter van Buren and Robert Higgs with Peter Boettke moderating.By F.A. Hayek Program for Advanced Study in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics.
 
On this episode of the podcast, the Hayek Program welcomes Daniel Aldrich to a book panel discussion on the themes and highlights of his recent book, "Black Wave: How Networks and Governance Shaped Japan’s 3/11 Disasters." Daniel Aldrich is joined on the panel by Laura Grube and Arnold Howitt with Peter Boettke moderating the discussion.CC Musi ...…
 
On this episode of the Hayek Program Podcast, Jayme Lemke and Brian Kogelmann enter the philosophical realm to tackle an enduring question about being East of Eden or West of Babel in our philosophical pursuits. Also on the podcast, we'll discover why the tools of philosophy alone can't answer many of the discipline's pressing questions, why mo ...…
 
In areas of academia the history of economic thought has fallen out of favor, but today's guest on the Hayek Program Podcast argues that a place still exists for it. Join us as Bruce Caldwell and Peter Boettke tackle the history of economic thought and its place within the discipline of economics.Show Highlights:- Bruce Caldwell's experience wi ...…
 
On this episode of the Hayek Program Podcast, Rosolino Candela interviews Douglas Den Uyl and Douglas Rasmussen for a discussion about classical liberalism. In it, Douglas Den Uyl and Douglas Rasmussen share their history of working together, elaborate on how their writings have affected their fields of work, and recall the evolution of their w ...…
 
Elinor Ostrom is best known for her work on common pool resources, but, on this episode of the Hayek Program Podcast, we take a deeper dive into her work as Bobbi Herzberg interviews Vlad Tarko on Elinor Ostrom's role as an intellectual. Learn why students of Elinor Ostrom should start with her work on polycentrism and metropolitan governance, ...…
 
On this episode of the Hayek Program Podcast, we continue the Hayek Program's celebration of Elinor Ostrom as Vlad Tarko, assistant professor and author of 'The Intellectual Biography of Elinor Ostrom,' interviews Hayek Program distinguished senior fellow Bobbi Herzberg on Elinor Ostrom's role as a mentor and friend. Herzberg recounts heartwarm ...…
 
On this episode of the Hayek Program Podcast, Peter Boettke leads a book panel discussion of his recent book, 'F.A. Hayek: Economics, Political Economy, and Social Philosophy' as he and the panel explore the life, work, and ideas of one of the twentieth century's great intellectuals. Peter Boettke is joined on the panel by Bruce Caldwell, Sandr ...…
 
On this throwback episode of the Hayek Program Podcast, Peter Leeson uses rational choice theory to explore the benefits of self-governance in his book, 'Anarchy Unbound.' Relying on experience from the past and present, this book provides evidence of anarchy “working” where it is least expected to do so and explains how this is possible. Leeso ...…
 
Arthur Mendoza introduces Tennessee Williams and how to read, break down, and interpret his work. Arthur goes into further details by reading the first page of the Glass Menagerie.https://www.actorcircletheatre.com/homeBy Arthur Mendoza.
 
Arthur Mendoza introduces Tennessee Williams and how to read, break down, and interpret his work. Arthur goes into further details by reading the first page of the Glass Menagerie.https://www.actorcircletheatre.com/homeBy Arthur Mendoza.
 
Arthur Mendoza introduces Tennessee Williams and how to read, break down, and interpret his work. Arthur goes into further details by reading the first page of the Glass Menagerie.https://www.actorcircletheatre.com/homeBy Arthur Mendoza.
 
Arthur Mendoza introduces Tennessee Williams and how to read, break down, and interpret his work. Arthur goes into further details by reading the first page of the Glass Menagerie.https://www.actorcircletheatre.com/homeBy Arthur Mendoza.
 
Arthur Mendoza introduces Tennessee Williams and how to read, break down, and interpret his work. Arthur goes into further details by reading the first page of the Glass Menagerie.https://www.actorcircletheatre.com/homeBy Arthur Mendoza.
 
Arthur Mendoza breaks down the most important and fundamental techniques, imaginary story and the animal exercise. The imagination is pushed in these two exercises and if the actor can accomplish these techniques then they have a future. https://www.actorcircletheatre.com/homeBy Arthur Mendoza.
 
Arthur Mendoza explains why being real in a scene is boring and ruins a scene. Actors need to spice up the scene with their imagination and be realistic, not real.https://www.actorcircletheatre.com/homeBy Arthur Mendoza.
 
Arthur Mendoza speaks to why acting classes that teach you how to read sides aren't teaching you acting. Instead, you must have the technique of imagination to create the realism of the scene.https://www.actorcircletheatre.com/homeBy Arthur Mendoza.
 
Arthur Mendoza explains why on set they say action. They don't say feel, they say action. Acting is about the action (your activity), not feeling. https://www.actorcircletheatre.com/homeBy Arthur Mendoza.
 
Arthur Mendoza explains why an actor must always be a student, and how important to find the wonder in all things.https://www.actorcircletheatre.com/homeBy Arthur Mendoza.
 
Arthur Mendoza reviews how to approach acting on a set for the first time and forever. Actors need to prepare so they are never surprised when they show up on set. AN actor must throw away all preconceived ideas of what is going to happen. https://www.actorcircletheatre.comBy Arthur Mendoza.
 
Arthur Mendoza does not believe in pilot season. He believes an actor should be an actor all year round. Arthur speaks the industry problem of actors and the luck it takes to make it. https://www.actorcircletheatre.comBy Arthur Mendoza.
 
Most liberal, Western citizens don't have significant worries nowadays about religious persecution in their own countries, but it wasn't always this way. How then did we get to this point on the long road of religious freedom? On this episode, Hayek Program scholar Mark Koyama and Mercatus affiliated scholar Noel Johnson share a conversation on ...…
 
Arthur Mendoza tells a story from when Jason Momoa was in his acting class, and how Jason used a specific technique from class in his audition for Game of Thrones. This technique landed Jason Momoa the part of Khal Drogo in Season One of Game of Thrones. It was also this role that launched a career and made him a household name.…
 
Arthur Mendoza explains how to find a character in a Tennessee Williams play, and how to deal with the racism mindset as an actor. Arthur breaks down how to understand and look at the ugly, perverted side of characters and how to act them.https://www.actorcircletheatre.comBy Arthur Mendoza.
 
Arthur Mendoza breaks down how to act with the imagination and breaking out of typecasting.https://www.actorcircletheatre.comBy Arthur Mendoza.
 
On this episode of the Hayek Program Podcast we revisit a lecture by Hayek Program director Peter Boettke, in which he invites listeners on an intellectual exploration of the potential applications of the mainline economic tradition. Boettke discusses the continuing relevance of the Austrian school of economics as a progressive and enduring res ...…
 
Arthur Mendoza recounts his relationship with Stella Adler and how she influenced his teachings. Arthur breaks down his life experiences and relationships the molded him into the teacher and artist that he is today.https://www.actorcircletheatre.comBy Arthur Mendoza.
 
Stella Adler seeks out Stanislavski to find the truth behind his method, the imagination. Arthur Mendoza finds his way to Stella Adler. His search started in college at the bottom of his class to become the number one acting coach in Hollywood.https://www.actorcircletheatre.comBy Arthur Mendoza.
 
On this episode of the Hayek Program podcast, Hayek Program Senior Fellow Ginny Choi interviews Diego Aycinena on the use of experimental economics in research. Diego Aycinena discusses his work in the field, elaborates on how he uses social norms to inform his research project, and shows some intriguing results from that project. Later in the ...…
 
Acting Coach Arthur Mendoza speaks briefly about his childhood, growing up, and what he believed influenced him to become an actor and a coach.Dive into the start of Arthur Mendoza, learn what made him the top Hollywood Acting Coach. https://www.actorcircletheatre.comBy Arthur Mendoza.
 
Acting Coach Arthur Mendoza speaks about how to deal with criticism as an actor, and the difference between criticism and critique.https://www.actorcircletheatre.comBy Arthur Mendoza.
 
Arthur Mendoza is Stella Adler's protege. He is a direct descendant of Stella Adler's technique which she learned from working with Stanislavski. Stanislavski is known for creating the modern technique of acting that actors and coaches today try to emulate that only Arthur knows how to teach authentically.https://www.actorcircletheatre.com…
 
Arthur Mendoza address the issue actors have with separating their work and themselves. The Stella Adler technique does not use emotional memory (the actor's own experiences) instead, the technique uses the imagination. https://www.actorcircletheatre.comBy Actors Mentors, Arthur Mendoza, LA acting Class, LA Acting Coaches,.
 
Acting Coach Arthur Mendoza breaks down Shakespeare and the authenticity of the Actor. What does it mean to be true to yourself as an actor in being the character and how to translate your truth in Shakespeare and other great plays.https://www.actorcircletheatre.comBy Arthur Mendoza.
 
Acting Coach Arthur Mendoza speaks about the consequences of perfectionism and trying to do a good job. An actor has to be ready to fail and must simply be happy with what they can do that day.https://www.actorcircletheatre.comBy Arthur Mendoza.
 
Are all of the rules and regulations governing economic activity a product of central planning or legislation? To what extent does privately produced and enforced governance play a role? On this throwback episode of the Hayek Program Podcast, Edward Stringham argues in a panel discussion of his book "Private Governance" that much of what is ord ...…
 
Arthur Mendoza breaks down why he believes trained actors from schools often don't know how to act. Most acting techniques handicap and create very similar actors whereas the Stella Adler Technique creates individuality.https://www.actorcircletheatre.comBy Arthur Mendoza.
 
An actor starts at the beginning of their journey, but the world only sees the end product of their struggle. What is the real struggle of the actor.https://www.actorcircletheatre.comBy Arthur Mendoza.
 
On this episode of the Hayek Program Podcast, Paul Aligica is joined by Jennifer Murtazashvili, Jerry Gaus, and James Johnson as they discuss his book "Public Entrepreneurship, Citizenship, and Self-Governance." Aligica examines what he sees as one of the fundamental challenges still faced by the public choice angle, that being the challenge of ...…
 
The qualities an actor needs to separate themselves from others. If you don't rehearse it then it shouldn't happen in your performance.https://www.actorcircletheatre.comBy Arthur Mendoza.
 
A good actor doesn't show off. A good actor is deliberate in their choices of actions and activities and they fully commit to those choices. You cannot memorize a choice but must simply remember how it felt.https://www.actorcircletheatre.comBy Arthur Mendoza.
 
How an actor should approach a script and understand it. Finding the flow and rhythm of the dialogue.https://www.actorcircletheatre.comBy Arthur Mendoza.
 
From humble beginnings, the Hayek Program has grown and seen tremendous success as it has developed into one of the nation's premier intellectual groups. On this episode, join us for a trip down memory lane as Hayek Program Directors Peter Boettke and Chris Coyne retrace the formation, history, and significance of the Hayek Program. CC Music: T ...…
 
A good script you gotta live up to, a bad script gives you permission to do whatever you want...which allows you to find yourself as an actor. Start with what your relationship is with the other characters...https://www.actorcircletheatre.comBy Arthur Mendoza.
 
Widely considered as one the most influential economists of the 20th century, F. A. Hayek continues to command the attention of scholars with his life and work. On this episode, Peter Boettke and Rosolino Candela sit down to discuss Boettke's new book F. A. Hayek: Economics, Political Economy and Social Philosophy (Palgrave, 2018). Boettke pres ...…
 
Acting Coach Arthur Mendoza breaks down how to find the character in a play or a script. Plus what bad habits most actors do and how to stop them.https://www.actorcircletheatre.comBy Arthur Mendoza.
 
How to handle Shakespeare and how it gives you size. The worst thing an actor can do is study sides.https://www.actorcircletheatre.comBy Arthur Mendoza.
 
Peter Boettke sits down with Richard Wagner to revisit some of Wagner's works on the theories of James Buchanan, political economy, and fiscal sociology. Wagner discusses his treatment of Buchanan in 'James M. Buchanan and Liberal Political Economy' in comparison to Boettke's treatment of Hayek in 'F. A. Hayek: Economics, Political Economy and ...…
 
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