spring semester begins FEBRUARY 14th, 2018
Note: A certificate of completion is issued to students completing the entire year of this course (semesters 1 and 2).
ABOUT THE CLASS
“Elisa absolutely loved the class and is very determined to break into acting one day. She thinks you are just the greatest teacher ever. Thanks so much for really showing her what passionate teaching is all about!”
– Johanna, mother, Teen Acting Film Workshop 2016
Explore the art of acting on camera in a professional and exciting class where we help young actors express the unique aspects of their personalities in their performance! The class is geared towards teen students who thrive on collaborative work and who are willing to explore the acting craft in deep and personal ways. This class is suitable for those students who have undergone some acting training professionally and or who have some acting experience necessary to prove their ability to act on stage and film with an audition. (Auditions/Interviews are scheduled upon request)
The class develops…
- Acting Skills (film)
- Audition Skills
- Public Speaking Skills
- …and much more!
The Teen Acting Film Workshop is designed to immerse young student in the craft of acting and how to apply the craft to film and commercial work. It covers in depth work on improvisation, scene study, character development, speech, movement, business of acting, writing, auditioning, acting on camera craft and various acting techniques developed by great acting teachers (Lee Strasberg, Sanford Meisner, Uta Hagen, Stanislavski and others). Our students professional and non-professional will build skills that will help land them professional work or to just explore the possibilities of acting or film making as a career. We are here to help students to express and explore their own imaginations and to develop the skills and tools necessary to become not only good actors but successful in everything they hope to do in life.
The class will culminate in the creation of two short films, copy of their worked completed in the class and an open class screening of their work!
We are here to help students to express and explore their own imaginations and to develop the skills and tools necessary to become not only good actors but successful in everything they hope to do in life.
Students wishing to register must interview with Clarence. For the interview, please prepare a memorized two-minute monologue of your choosing. The interviews take place in person at Le Pavé d’Orsay or via Skype.
If you are interested in receiving more information about our fall program or if you would like to register for this or any of our fall classes, please fill out the following form (making sure to include your bio and/or a letter of intent) and we will be in contact with you shortly.