On Camera Auditioning
This 4-week class taught by Barbara Divisek focuses on acting for television and film. Students will learn the language of film as well as camera techniques. This class addresses character development, relationships, listening, uncovering emotions, theatrical auditioning techniques, making choices and commitment.
Improv for Auditions
Actors will use improv and apply it to various theatrical and commercial audition scenarios. The class focuses on being in the moment, making quick choices, reactions, commitment, and making use of “yes and” while keeping denial out. This class is offered for adults taught by Ray Bengston (4 weeks). This class is also offered for teens and tweens taught by Ben Silver (3 weeks).
Method to the Madness
In this 6-week class taught by Lucia Scarano, students will tap into their own life experience to make creative character choices, use sense memory to discover inner sources for the truth in their work, develop skills that enable them to create truth in their work, discover the “Magic IF”, learn to FEEL to make it REAL for their character, and learn techniques for relaxation.
In this 3-week class taught by Cindy Hogan, students will fine tune their foundation, explore character development and script analysis, and present a solid finished piece to be taped. We will explore what each student needs/wants to work on. Scenes will be chosen and we will dive deep into the character development process establishing relationships, objectives, and adding physicality.
Getting to the emotional state that fits your circumstance in any given scene is half the battle for a skilled actor. Then you need to know how to let it go and do it again - take after take. This 3-week class taught by Cindy Hogan offers techniques to help you do just that! You'll also learn ways to ensure those emotions are authentic, so the camera doesn't catch you acting.
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