What we're about

A weekly workout for actors to make sure they are ready when the opportunity arrives and the cameras turn on. Whether you’ve been in front of the camera before or have yet to make your debut – you need to learn what works best for you and your performance. You need to see and know what to improve on camera.

Each week you have the option to bring in a new scene or monologue, or bring back the material you did last week. No typecasting or being told what part to play. You get to make your own choices.

This workshop is designed for actors who want to deepen their on-camera work, using on camera presence, script analysis and character behavior work. Each actor will bring in and develop a scene that she/he will take from auditions, classes, or independent study to understand their scene and see what it looks like, or how the casting people see them, on camera. The instructors are both industry veterans who use their combined years of experience to guide the actor to finding ways to work on camera that will serve them in a professional environment.

Upcoming events (5)

FREE on Camera Scene Study / Acting Workshop

6843 Lennox Ave

We are still on hold until after the quarantine. Sorry for any confusion. Hope to see you when everything calms down. Thanks

A weekly workout for actors to make sure they are ready when the opportunity arrives and the cameras turn on. You’ve already trained – now you need to harness those skills to your performance – to every performance! You need to see and know what to improve on camera.

Each week you have the option to bring in a new scene or monologue, or bring back the material you did last week. No type casting or being told what part o play. YOU MAKE YOUR OWN CHOICES. Original scenes you may have written are welcome.

You bring your own recording device. (camera or phone). No need to wait for an email or buy any additional memory chips or zip drives.

This class is designed for all actors, advanced and beginning, who want to deepen their on-camera work, using on camera presence, script analysis and character behavior work.

Each actor will bring in and develop a scene that she/he will take from auditions, classes, or independent study to understand their scene and see what it looks like, or how the casting people see them, on camera. The instructors are both industry veterans who use their combined years of experience to guide the actor to finding ways to work on camera that will serve them in a professional environment.

FREE on Camera Scene Study / Acting Workshop

6843 Lennox Ave

We are still on hold until after the quarantine. Sorry for any confusion. Hope to see you when everything calms down. Thanks

A weekly workout for actors to make sure they are ready when the opportunity arrives and the cameras turn on. You’ve already trained – now you need to harness those skills to your performance – to every performance! You need to see and know what to improve on camera.

Each week you have the option to bring in a new scene or monologue, or bring back the material you did last week. No type casting or being told what part o play. YOU MAKE YOUR OWN CHOICES. Original scenes you may have written are welcome.

You bring your own recording device. (camera or phone). No need to wait for an email or buy any additional memory chips or zip drives.

This class is designed for all actors, advanced and beginning, who want to deepen their on-camera work, using on camera presence, script analysis and character behavior work.

Each actor will bring in and develop a scene that she/he will take from auditions, classes, or independent study to understand their scene and see what it looks like, or how the casting people see them, on camera. The instructors are both industry veterans who use their combined years of experience to guide the actor to finding ways to work on camera that will serve them in a professional environment.

FREE on Camera Scene Study / Acting Workshop

6843 Lennox Ave

We are still on hold until after the quarantine. Sorry for any confusion. Hope to see you when everything calms down. Thanks

A weekly workout for actors to make sure they are ready when the opportunity arrives and the cameras turn on. You’ve already trained – now you need to harness those skills to your performance – to every performance! You need to see and know what to improve on camera.

Each week you have the option to bring in a new scene or monologue, or bring back the material you did last week. No type casting or being told what part o play. YOU MAKE YOUR OWN CHOICES. Original scenes you may have written are welcome.

You bring your own recording device. (camera or phone). No need to wait for an email or buy any additional memory chips or zip drives.

This class is designed for all actors, advanced and beginning, who want to deepen their on-camera work, using on camera presence, script analysis and character behavior work.

Each actor will bring in and develop a scene that she/he will take from auditions, classes, or independent study to understand their scene and see what it looks like, or how the casting people see them, on camera. The instructors are both industry veterans who use their combined years of experience to guide the actor to finding ways to work on camera that will serve them in a professional environment.

FREE on Camera Scene Study / Acting Workshop

6843 Lennox Ave

We are still on hold until after the quarantine. Sorry for any confusion. Hope to see you when everything calms down. Thanks

A weekly workout for actors to make sure they are ready when the opportunity arrives and the cameras turn on. You’ve already trained – now you need to harness those skills to your performance – to every performance! You need to see and know what to improve on camera.

Each week you have the option to bring in a new scene or monologue, or bring back the material you did last week. No type casting or being told what part o play. YOU MAKE YOUR OWN CHOICES. Original scenes you may have written are welcome.

You bring your own recording device. (camera or phone). No need to wait for an email or buy any additional memory chips or zip drives.

This class is designed for all actors, advanced and beginning, who want to deepen their on-camera work, using on camera presence, script analysis and character behavior work.

Each actor will bring in and develop a scene that she/he will take from auditions, classes, or independent study to understand their scene and see what it looks like, or how the casting people see them, on camera. The instructors are both industry veterans who use their combined years of experience to guide the actor to finding ways to work on camera that will serve them in a professional environment.

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