This workshop will introduce the concepts of on-camera acting, improv, camera technique, listening, and focus exercises, and slate development. The class also dives into cold reading, interviewing, and storyboards.
This workshop is part 2 in the foundation of acting series. It focuses on advanced acting technique, mock resume, extended scene study, character development, dramatic monologue development and more! A photoshoot with hair/makeup and styling follows this course.
This workshop is part 3 in the foundation of acting series and is for students with previous performance experience and training. The class focuses on monologue development and the study of TV sitcom and comedic acting. Students will learn how to hone their comedic timing, find the humor in a script, and how to develop a character.
This workshop is designed to work in depth on a student's monologue and will help students learn how to pick a piece that is right for them. They will work on character development, monologue cutting, and delivering a believable performance.
This workshop is designed to familiarize students with important improvisation techniques. The students perform humorous and dramatic scenes, engage in trust exercises, and theatre games to build improv skills.
This workshop is designed to introduce children ages 5 through 7 to the world of acting. The workshop will cover everything from beginning on-camera commercial techniques to creating a strong portfolio. Topics include slating, interviewing, audition etiquette, commercial audition techniques, beginning monologue work, speech and diction exercises, improvisation, photo posing, parent lecture, photo shoot, and mock audition. The course will consist of 10 consecutive weeks of classes held on Saturdays for 2 hours at a time. It is followed by a photo shoot and mock audition held on their own scheduled dates.