Creating dynamic on-screen characters requires a range of skills, including voice, movement and characterization. In this program, students will receive a crash course in on-camera acting; participants will explore performance techniques, master on-camera auditions and learn how to improvise and work with scene partners.
ON-CAMERA ACTING TECHNIQUE
Explore how on-camera performers can use their voice, body and movements to create compelling characters that jump off the screen.
ON-CAMERA AUDITION TECHNIQUE
Study specific audition techniques and develop your audition confidence to give you the best chance to book the art.
ON-CAMERA SCENE STUDY
Dive into the intricacies of dramatic scenes from film and television, exploring relationships, dynamics, conflict and resolution in both drama and comedy.
Develop your ability to think on your feet as a performer and learn specific techniques for improvisation for film and video productions.
Shakespeare Specialist | www.robclare.com
Rob Clare is an internationally recognized specialist, who has taught or directed Shakespeare in Ireland, India, Austria, Germany, Australia, China and the US. His freelance work includes coaching the core acting ensembles of the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Steppenwolf Theatre Company, and Britain’s leading repertory company, the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester. In the US, he has been visiting faculty at UCLA, The Juilliard School, Yale, USC Los Angeles, CSU Long Beach, CSU Los Angeles, and NYC Tisch (both graduate and undergraduate acting).