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Screen Fighting and Stage Combat for Actors -
Learn a unique approach to the fundamentals of actions performance, acting, and stage combat and put them into practise as we build action scenes. Out side venues near Studio City / Griffith Park The workshop leader is an experienced stunt coordinator, stunt performer and actor, recent credits include 'Wonder Woman'. He works on Award winning Tv/Film around the world and taught at many of the U.K.'s top Drama schools including - The British American Drama academy, E15 Drama school, Academy of Live and recorded Arts and The Royal Opera House London.
Classes are adaptable for all fitness levels, abilities, and experience. Whether you're brushing up on techniques or starting from scratch, this will be a fun interesting workshop with much of the focus on acting performance and the getting the basics right. This screen/stage combat fighting workshop will give you top tips and skills to ace your auditions and relax about your action scenes. We will teach, develop and perform carefully coordinated fights scenes. Potentially record them on your phones for your reels and social media. One on one training is available for role specific fight training. Wear Comfy Clothes you don't mind rolling on the floor in. Trainers or boots, no Jewellery. Bring Drinks, snacks, we are out doors on grass. Feel free to bring knee/elbow padding if you require it. $20 cash donation
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Buy the book FIGHT PERFORMANCE BIBLE : for Actors and Stunt Performers (You want to be an Action star ? Book 1) Kindle Edition http://a.co/fUJhQJX Safety is taken very seriously, We have a clean track record. We reserve the right to refuse entry. Workshops are attended at your own risk, and by joining us you accept full responsibility for yourself and others you may work with. Stage combat is a team partnered effort, and we accept no responsibility in the unlikely event that any harm is caused. Above all keep safe and have fun. Please make clear to the workshop leader any ongoing injuries or restrictions to movement at the beginning of the class.