** NEW WINTER SCHEDULE — CLASSES NOW AVAILABLE FOR BOOKING ***
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Our acting classes are held at our downtown waterfront studio, and the Winter 2021 session begins in the first week of January 2022. Classes are divided by age (school grade) and ability, which allows school-age learners to attend with their friends.
Classes run once a week on weekday evenings from January through to Spring Break. There will also be two taping workshops, held on a weekend: one in February, and one in March.
For Winter 2021, we are offering two levels of instruction:
Introduction to Acting
This fun and active ten week class is designed to introduce the budding actor to the craft. Students explore voice, movement, and character development techniques that are needed to lift the story off the script and bring it to life! At the middle and end of the program, actors have the opportunity to perform the material they have been working on in a final showcase, and record a self tape.
Gain confidence performing in front of others and discover your inner actor in an environment where all are welcomed and encouraged! No experience necessary.
*Must be comfortable with reading and memorization
Acting for Film and Television
This intermediate-level class is designed to help the seasoned stage actor take the leap into film and television. Students learn audition techniques, film terminology, set etiquette, and script/sides analysis. In each class, we workshop material on camera, with a focus on cultivating a natural and nuanced performance. At the end of the program, actors take away the tools they need to take the next step in their career, as well as a recording of their work that can be used as a demo tape for submitting to agents.
* Must have strong reading and memorization abilities as well as previous acting training or experience.
This beginner-level stunt class is designed to help new actors take the leap (literally) into their film and television careers. Students learn how to choreograph a fight, how to fall/land, and above all, how to stay safe while making it look like you aren’t! In each class, we work closely with students perfecting their skills and getting them camera ready!
This course is designed to educate students on the fundamentals of film and camerawork. Students will learn to shoot, edit, direct, and produce their own short films with guidance from coaches who work within the industry. This class is based on the work behind the camera instead of the talent in front of the camera.
(A note about workshops: twice in each course (once in the middle and once at the end), we will hold a two hour workshop on the weekend. The workshop will be a review and showcase of the skills students have learned up to that point, and each student will have a chance to complete a brief self-tape in one of the recording studios. This will not only allow students to gain experience acting in front of a camera, but will also give them an audition tape they could use to engage an agent, as well as being a handy barometer of their development.)
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Cancellation and Refund Policy:
Notice of Cancellation must be sent in writing, via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If this notice is received
- More than 14 days notice from the start of your class: we will issue a full refund of class fees, less a $50 administration fee.
- Less than 14 days notice from the start of your class: in this case, all fees are non-refundable.
Cancellations due to COVID-19 exposure or symptoms: If your child or a member of your immediate household is experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or has tested positive, it is our expectation that you notify our office immediately to withdraw your child from class. You will be eligible for a credit for future classes.