TV/FILM TECHNIQUES - ACTING FOR THE CAMERA

Overview

Screen acting classes are designed for students with an interest in film and commercial work, which is quite different from the stage. Working both on and off camera, students learn the skills of on-camera acting technique. Learn about the TV/film industry by focusing on how to read copy, find camera angles, hit the mark, slate, audition, and book those gigs!

Monday
Spring Semester: January 21-May 20

Tuesday
Spring Semester: January 22-May 21

Wednesday
Spring Semester: January 23-May 22

Teacher: Jonathan Keaton II

 
 

BEGINNING ACTING FOR THE CAMERA

Ages 9+

Focusing on becoming comfortable on-camera, while working character development, hitting your mark, camera angles, reading copy and more. There is a final observation day with each session, including a Q & A with our instructor.

Tuition: $290/semester

Monday: 6:30pm – 7:30pm
Tuesday: 6:30pm – 7:30pm

 

ADVANCED ACTING FOR THE CAMERA

Ages 12–21

This class is by invitation only.

Building onto the Intermediate class philosophy, Advanced Acting for the Camera focuses on multiple partner scene work, monologues, introduction into scene writing, improv on camera and behind the camera work. There is a final observation day with each session, including a Q & A with our instructor. Students will also receive a link to footage from class that may be used for educational purposes.

Tuition: $375/semester

Tuesday: 7:30pm - 8:45pm

INTERMEDIATE ACTING FOR THE CAMERA

Ages 12–21

For further developing actors with previous training on-camera. A more detailed script break-down, more difficult character development, multiple partner scene work and monologues. There is a final observation day with each session, including a Q & A with our instructor. Students will also receive a link to footage from class that may be used for educational purposes.

Tuition: $375/semester

Monday: 7:30pm – 8:45pm
 

 

 

Important Note: You may register for these classes at any time – Open Enrollment.

If you are registered for one session, that does not mean you are automatically registered for the following session.