The Actor's Way, (Studio Only)

The Actor's Way, (Studio Only)

49.95

$49.95 per class; drop into a class when when you are available.

Dates - April 2nd, April 16th, April 30th, May 14th, May 28th, June 11th, June 25th, July 9th, July 23rd, August 16th, August 20th, Sept 3rd, Sept 17th. October 1st, October 15th October 29th (Nov/Dec Dates to be confirmed). Please note there are no refunds for missed classes or webinars

Quantity:
Add To Cart

This on-camera coaching class is for Actors at all levels and all stages of their career, aged 16 and up. It includes 2  components

  • The Actor's Clinic
  • The Actor's Way

The Actor's Clinic is the haven inside the safe-haven. Between 6.30-7.00pm, during the Actor's relax'n'prep period, Actor's can have a quick 1-1 with me to discuss an Actor 'thing', from Anxiety to Zombies, (perhaps angst about zombies?!) for stage or screen. The Actor's Clinic is a space to get guidance and or advice quickly.  It is first-come-first served, 5 mins per person if there are others waiting. "if the chair is empty", take a seat.  Actor's Clinic is for the benefit of members taking the Actor's Way.

The Actor's Way is where all my on-camera teaching and coaching will now be centered. The focus of the classes will be on-camera training and coaching. However, please note that I am a  proud classically-trained theatre actress and it goes without saying that everything I know about acting, came from theatre first and foremost.  So if you are a theatre Actor, I speak your language and if you are a veteran stage Actor looking to deepen your on-camera skills, The Actor's ToolKit/The Actor's Way is perfect for you.

The Journey or 'cycle' of The Actor's Way is as follows. Each week we will focus on one of elements below. We will exlore its importance and centrality to acting for the camera.

  • BBC + T

Breathing (B) - when you are nervous is your breathing flow-based or ragged. Amped up or held, constricted, frozen?  How do you adjust it to enhance and improve your audition?

Being  (B) - do you listen actively or simply hear passively when you are on set or on stage? What do you listen for? Why? Does your process have a sense of flow, or does it judder along haphazardly.

Connecting (C) - how intentional is your process, practice or preparation for auditioning or being on set? For how long are you able to remain in an intentional space without becoming rigid, detached, unnatural or distracted

Technique. (T) Meisner, Stanislavsky, Uta Hagen, or any Master Teacher  who has disseminated their theories and philosophies of acting and the application to acting for the camera.

Each month we will focus on a single practice, starting with Breathing in April.