Intro to TV/Film
This class is a fun experience which gets you on camera each week. Technical aspects necessary to know for on-camera work (commercials, TV, film, etc.) and auditions will be covered. The instructor prefers that students have taken Intro to Acting, however, no prior experience necessary.
Intro to TV/Film for Kids
This is an introductory course for 8-12 year olds who have an interest in learning how to act on TV and Film. This class will provide a fun experience and get your kids on camera each week. Technical aspects necessary to know for on-camera work (commercials, TV, film, etc.) and auditions will be covered. No prior experience necessary.
TV/Film 1 & 2
After taking Intro to TV/Film, students may wish to further explore working on camera. These are the classes designed to take your acting technique into the adaptations necessary for film or television work. Successful completion of both Intro to TV/Film and Beginning Scene Study.
Voice Acting (Voiceover)
The voice-over actor will learn techniques on interpreting copy, decoding the writer’s cues to the artist, telling a story rather than announcing, finding your objective, learning to make fast adjustments to direction, and so forth. This is an intensive script-based, at-the-microphone course. Prerequisite: Intro to Acting or by interview.
Advanced Voice Acting (Voiceover II) In addition to advanced script work, students will begin to get familiar with various microphones, audition techniques, studio etiquette, different avenues to find work (commercial, promo, industrial, drama, etc), technical overview (mics, home studios, et cetera), packaging demos, and much more. Prerequisite: Voice Acting I
Fun and interactive course exploring elements of auditioning process for TV commercials. Students will work on scripted material weekly and will have the tools to audition in NYC after utilizing techniques learned in class. Using benefits of video analysis actors will review their progress through their work on camera. We will work on self-marketing and character development, as well as confidence and image development. Elements of IMPROV can be expected during warm-up exercises, as well as throughout other parts of the class.