acting

The Acting workshop is particularly designed for the aspiring actors who are ready to bring the tools and techniques of their training into a specialized environment.
This acting workshop will offer aspiring actors with the resources and hands-on instruction they require to initiate acting on camera and stage. The workshop concentrates extensive training and focus in a short period of time so that students receive appropriate guidance. A student can expect an intensive experience that will accurately prepare students to act in front of a camera. Students study under our renowned faculty consists of actors and directors will convey their own real world experience on top of submerging students in the basics of acting. In short, this acting workshop will provide a unique opportunity to discover the intricacies of acting for film and stage.

ACTING CURRICULUM

ACTING FUNDAMENTALS

ORIGINS OF ACTING
PRINCIPLES OF ACTING
QUALITIES OF AN ACTOR
IMITATION
OBSERVATION
PLAY/SCRIPT ANALYSIS

TOOLS OF ACTING

PHYSICAL WARM UPS
EXERCISES/AEROBICS
CONCENTRATION
BREATHING
RELAXATION
IMPROVISATION
CHARACTER ANALYSIS

ACTOR’S BODY

BODY MOVEMENT
STAGE/SET MOVEMENT
CAMERA MOVEMENT, SHOTS AND ANGLES
GESTURES AND MANNERISM
 BODY LANGUAGE
BLOCKINGS
HANDLING PROPS
FIGHT SCENES

VOICE AND SPEECH

VOCAL DIRECTIONS
ARTICULATION
ENUNCIATION
RHYTHM
PRONUNCIATION
VOLUME/PROJECTION
DYNAMICS AND VARIETY
PITCH
FIGURES OF SPEECH

ACTING TECHNIQUES

STANISLAVSKI
 METHOD ACTING
 MEISNER METHOD
EMOTIONAL, MEMORY AND SENSORY RECALL
FOURTH WALL TECHNIQUE
ALIENATION METHOD
STELLAR ADLER TECHIQUE
 PHYSICAL THEATRE

UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE

OVERALL OBJECTIVE
 SCENE OBJECTIVE
 INNER MONOLOGUE
CREATIVE ENERGY
LINE POINTING
SUBSTITUTION
INTERNALIZATION
 MEMORIZATION
TEMPERAMENTS