Every Actor is different, and every Actor has a different method that works for them, there is not one method that is the correct one to go with. I love working with Actors who are new to screen Acting. I understand how scary it can be when you go to an audition and I want to help you feel as confident as you can before walking into that room.
As Drama is so personal and creatively based i approach each student and lesson uniquely to fit their personal needs. For High School Drama students i will work with you to prepare for written exam tasks, constantly build on your acting skill sets and really invest in your preparation for Performance Exams by thoroughly editing, reviewing and being an integral part of your divisive process.
I'm a television and film industry professional with many years experience writing and directing. I love working with high school students helping them realise their potential. My lessons are structured around the students needs and I can provide practical advice from real world experiences.
In regards to theatre practice I am a hand on deck teacher. Practical learning is key when acting is involved, however, theory is equally important in theatre and often disregarded and therefore is just as important in my teaching.
I create a safe, fun, playful space for people to explore theatrical perspectives through their own lens using objectivity, interpersonal relationships, experience and global context. This allows for both a removed and personal analysis of whatever the challenging concept may be and can allow exploration of themes through many different perspectives.
I’ve most recently been teaching acting for the screen, with a focus on audition technique. I look at finding what works best for each individual instead of forcing one particular method. Confidence building and self belief is a big one for me. I will help you bring truth to the line in an interesting and unique manor, which ensures your audition or performance will stand out amongst the crowd.
My teaching method is to go with what the student have brought to the lesson, and what they wish to work on. Once I have seen what they can do, I would push them to better themselves in their craft. Everyones acting style is unique and needs to be encouraged.
I teach by intuiting where the student wants to go and trying to keep the path clear, helping with tricky bits, explaining: suggesting and finding a purpose for energy. We want clarity and presence. We want to be seen and heard. We will shine.
I'm a big fan of student led learning, eg. following students passions and slipping in the 'nuts and bolts' once they are sufficiently hooked, employing a range of theatre games, movement and mime. We run through the basics of improvisation such as 'making an offer', 'yielding', 'building on an offer', and much more.
As a theatrical actor and director, my main approach to students is giving them a fundamental grounding in traditional methodology. I am familiar with the works of Stanislavski as well a Grotowski and Arteau. My area of interest centres around Physical Theatre, namely Stage Combat.
My teaching methods and styles are mostly interactive, upbeat and demonstrative. However they are catered specifically to my students and their individual needs. In all this, I do not loose focus of the lesson objective, and am clear in reiterating the importance of this objective to the students.
I will bassing my classes for University or school students. these private lessons will be to help the student prepare for any auditions coming up or go over any assesments. i can help with written script for assessments and can help prefect any performances the students needs help with.
My methodology when it comes to acting is being self centered and teaching my students how to achieve that. I am also very specific and constructive when it come to performance criticism. I give my students room to understand where they see themselves in the character they are playing and ways in which they can realistically bring that character and emotion to life.
Practical Aesthetics Developed by actor William H. Macy and playwright David Mamet, this analytical approach emphasizes the simple pursuit of an action above all else. Actors’ attention goes to text-analysis, script work, and a literal understanding of a scene’s driving events.
The lesson is always progressive, starting about the general requirements for auditions, focusing further down on the character development and the script breakdown. In general, one would pick a scene to perform and the scene will be analysed and recommendations will be made upon the improvement of the performance.
My lesson is based on Well organized learning orders repetition and creativity students can easily focus on learning with Clear explanation and structured system students can try their own lesson styles or schedules after having a talk (conversation) with teacher I am pretty open to any ideas and plans
My approach to teaching starts with the student understanding of the craft and understanding of self through physical exercises and techniques (starting with the voice) - Understanding of self is vital in the process of finding your theatrical 'truth' and developing your fluidity and confidence as an actor and acting student.
My teaching methodology is to make my students as comfortable as they can be through guiding them into a world of their own. using drama students are able to express themselves in an environment which is most comfortable for them.
My teaching method is making sure children have fun while simultaneously gaining some insight into what they are being taught. Children's mind are malleable so giving the teaching practices some variety ensures to fully grab their attention and keep it for an extended length of time.
My lessons will be customised to you and the way you like to learn. In a more practical lesson it will start off with a warm-up; vocal and physical. Then I'll work with you depending on what is the focus. I'll teach you how to analyse scenes effectively and I will provide feedback.
My teaching style is always positive and if feedback would be constructive I will always deliver it in a respectful and useful manner. The way I see it, much of learning drama is allowing yourself to play in front of other people. I am extremely gentle and will try to foster a space of self-expression and fun.
I approach each topic by ensuring there are physical elements. The best way to learn is to get involved and do something... and have fun while doing it too. I try to get everyone up and moving and work on boosting confidence.
I base my classes on the Eric Morris method of irreverent acting combined with the Stanislavski Method. I also implement Kristin Linklater's and Cecily Berry exercises regarding freeing the voice of the actor and realising the actors vocal potential. All of which have a high focus on mindfulness throughout the lesson.
Drama, isn't about me telling you what to do. It's about you exploring what your capable of. I help students understand the fundamentals of drama, and push them to their limits. So they can produce the work they want to create.
My classes are filled with learning and building your talent whilst being very enjoyable. Depending on the student, my class structure can focus on one or more areas of acting, alternatively the class can cover all areas of acting with the lesson being less specialised. Classes are available for all ages and experience levels.
I specialize in teaching the American tradition of Lee Strasberg's sensory exercises, Uta Hagan, Meisner and the Russian tradition of Stanislavski
My lessons are tailored to the student. I will structure the lesson to what the student wants to learn and will be like a mentor figure. I can be the extra set of eyes for those who want guidance or any advice on their performance and coach them through the preparation for performances.
I approach this work by working with whoever as reached out to on a project they wish to prepare, for an audition, or as part of a larger piece of work they are involved in - be it for professional work or as part of their own studies.
My teaching method is to ensure everyone gets a great understanding about acting. I personally like to do acting with a good script and a role I would like to play a part in. Everything I give you knowledge and a outlook on throughout teaching you will help you for your future in the industry and that is my goal.
My approach is a safe environment to really have a go and perform like you don't have a care. Someone who you can put on your best show and get an honest appraisal of where you can improve. I believe we can all do it however we need to believe that.
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