Fall 2017 Class Schedule
October 4 – November 15
This 6-week class will explore the voice and body and their connection to the inner life of the actor. We will use techniques drawn from Cecily Berry, Kristen Linklater, and Michael Chekhov, among others.
We will focus on integrating physical movement to vocal communication with full breath and no loss of resonance or articulation. Through guided exploration, games, and spoken text, we will apply these techniques to practical situations in character.
Participants leave the class with a surefire, basic physical/vocal warm-up applicable to all performance situations. Please bring water to drink and wear clothing that allows full mobility.
Every performer should know that acting for the stage and for the camera are two entirely different skills, and to succeed in this business, it’s vital to master both.
This 6-week class for both pros and first-timers is a fun primer to the craft of acting for the camera. Focusing primarily on self-taped auditions, we will cover some of the fundamentals and techniques that actors use for working in this intimate medium and what creates a compelling onscreen performance.
This is a hands-on, on-your-feet workshop. We will film and watch our footage together throughout the class. Participants leave with dependable techniques to improve their audition and self-taping game. Please bring water to drink and a smartphone.
Actors Bridge Ensemble refund policy: There are no cash refunds after classes commence. Any student who withdraws after this time will be issued a transferable credit good for up to one year.
Our first Meisner class begins by teaching you basic concepts and encouraging your instinct and our sixth is for advanced students, with an emphasis on individual performance and longer scenes.
By the end of this class, students should feel confident enough to book an on-camera acting job and begin working on-set like an experienced pro. Join us and find your on-camera potential!
The Suzuki method of acting, developed by Tadashi Suzuki, is a physical approach to acting. The Suzuki Method works to build actors’ awareness of their body, especially their center.
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