Friday, July 28, 2017

Fall Classes

Hey All. Here are my next classes. I may add an OC I daytime class. If you would prefer that, let me know. OC I on Wednesday night should fill up fast, so if you are seriously interested, you should get your deposit in right away.

Also, for advanced actors - I am still figuring out the right time for a scene study class.

Cheers.

Ted

**On Camera Acting I - 7 weeks (Limited to 12 actors).
Dates: September 13th - October 25th
Time: Wednesdays 6:30pm - 9:30pm
The total cost is $345 (I have one $200 scholarship of a student cannot afford the class) 
A $100 dollar deposit holds a spot. Refunded only up to 48 hours before the first class. 
The balance ($245) is due by the second class, after which there is no refund.
Mailing address for check (preferred) payments, below. Venmo works, too: 323-819-9622. 
For Paypal, ask for my account address. Choose Friends or Family to avoid surcharge
Square payments (3% surcharge) are also accepted.

Beginning with improv and easing into scripted scene work, this is a relaxed,
fun approach to getting comfortable in front of the camera. 
The objective of the class is to establish the foundations of a process that emphasizes
simply listening and talking - being "in your skin" - as opposed to in your head. 
This is a great transitional class for theatre actors and an excellent foundational class for new actors.

All work is filmed, reviewed and discussed - time permitting.

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**On Camera Acting II - 7 weeks (Limited to 10 actors)
Dates: September 14th - October 26th
Time: Thursdays 6:30 - 9:30pm
The total cost is $305
A $100 dollar deposit holds a spot. The balance ($215) is due by the second class.
Mailing address for check payments, below. Venmo works, too: 323-819-9622. 
Paypal payments accepted (My Paypal address:
twrooney@pacbell.net. Choose Friends or Family to avoid surcharge). 

Moving beyond "being in your skin" and finding simplicity on camera, here the focus is on script analysis, 
the "headspace" of the character, rehearsal process and auditioning. Actors are expected to up the ante, 
as we get into the hard work of acting. Know that this one will require more of your time outside of class. 
The class is especially tailored to actors who have already been through the Foundational I class, 
though that is not a requirement.


All work is filmed and (time permitting) viewed and discussed.

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