Acting Technique Class
Understanding what to focus on in an audition.
Auditions have limited preparation and performance time. Your goal is to sharpen your take on the character and circumstances so you can work freely and spontaneously. You must be flexible, but focused. In this class you will learn what to concentrate on, and what not to bother with, when going in for an audition. This class is for those who have a strong working knowledge of acting and want to clarify how to best use their time in preparing for any audition.
$195 + GST
Class once a week
90 minute classes
How it works:
Meet weekly online for a 90 minute class, each with a weekly lesson, acting exercises, work review and Q&A.
Each week you will be assigned homework and a class review packet PDF.
This is right for you if you are:
An Actorium student having completed minimum two Scene Study programs.
Experienced actors with method style acting training.
Introduction and key concepts for your audition
Cold reading and one-line roles.
Cold reading and one-line roles Cont.
Small and supporting roles Intro and Prep
Small and supporting roles cont.
Lead roles intro and prep
Lead roles cont.
The waiting room and entrance experience
Participants will need to complete weekly homework.
Homework time will vary by participant but on average you can expect about 45 minutes – 2 hours of homework per week to get the most out of this course.
We provide options for a makeup class when possible.
If a make up class is not possible you will receive a digital class package with an overview of the class and the weekly homework.
What You Need:
Notebook and pen/pencil
Computer or phone with a working camera and microphone
Headphones are recommended but not required
Working internet or data connection that will allow you to video conference for two hours a week
10am – 11:30am PST
July 11 – Aug 1, 2020
Students who have taken two or more Actorium Scene study courses
experinced actors with a strong understanding of method style acting