Improvisation classes/Play production/One-on-on acting work Acting is interesting and fun! Usually students who enjoy acting are talented in it and want to do a good job. This is a wonderful basis for a good teaching and learning experience.
I can assist students in developing their skills in reading, analyzing writing and public presentation. I work with each student individually and create lesson plans that are fun and address the particular needs of a student. I believe in the power of positive reinforcement coupled with discipline. If you are willing to try and I can help you reach your goals.
I believe that pertaining to acting, people learn by doing. The structure will be learning a monologue or performing a piece and offering feedback to help it become the best performance it can be. I am patient and methodical. We can also work on auditioning, such as clothing, style, and how to build confidence and many other things in the industry.
Hi there! My name is Claire and I am a theatre enthusiast living in Pittsburgh. I have a degree in marketing and theatre performance from the University of Pittsburgh as well as training from the Stella Adler Studio of Acting in New York City.
I am willing to help anyone who wants to know more about acting. I recently started college and I'm majoring in Speech/Theater. I will teach kind of off my textbox that I use for my acting one class and may give little quizzes to make sure you are taking in what I'm trying to teach.
I have had almost ten years of education and experience as a local actor, musician, and improv-partaker. I began in high school, and have always stood out among the crowd (at least according to my teachers and peers). I have continued to pursue theater as a whole since then and really just want to help others realize their dreams as well.
I received my Education in the Arts and Education Community, in New York City. I was initially trained at both the " Mind Builders " and " Henry Street " Programs in New York City. I later received my Created Writing Training at ' NYU" where I crafted my Playwriting and Poetry skills.
I give lessons to any age group over 10 years old. My degree is a 4 year bachelors of the arts in theatre studies. I work in many methods, but particularly follow Richard Seid, viewpoints, Stanislavsky, and method (not to the extreme, basic principals). I am always learning new techniques, so my lessons will not become stagnant and myself and my students will grow.
Masters in Clinical Ministry - Loma Linda University B.A. in Social Sciences - Azusa Pacific University Certified Case Manager - Loma Linda University Theater Arts - Citrus College Worked on set of movies/t.v.
In our work together, we will build your own reliable sense of craft that is truly useful. My students become confident, courageous and creative, by learning to be authentically themselves as they perform...And these skills translate into the ability to get work because they know HOW to work! I have worked with actors and singers from 7 to 87. My approach is unique, effective and useful.
I teach on a both one-on-one or group relationship. I will work with new improv groups that need guidance and more technique when approaching performance. With acting, I work as a director, and also a coach. I have experience and foundation with different acting methods, therefore, I come at a student from many different techniques.
BSc. Chemistry; MDiv Theology; two decades of engaging various African cultures to explore the human condition. If we are to develop we must be community oriented and wholistically considerate. I learn best by engaging in another's life and walking together on their journey.
I give these classes at a basic understanding level, or higher depending on the student(s) knowledge of Commedia dell'arte.
My teaching method is individual based, starting out with a quick dialogue about past experience with Shakespeare and heightened text, and delving into further topics such as gender, sexuality, mental illness. I do not push or pry for vulnerability, and allow each student to unfold through humor and play using games and theatre-based activities to incite meaningful dialogue.
National arts journalist and NEA Annenberg/O'Neill Institute Fellow Critic with a lifetime of experience in performance arts, creative writing and directing innovative educational camps and programs. Express your true self while learning effective drama skills in a safe, respectful environment.
I have coached and given acting seminars around the U.S. for over 20 years. I graduated from University of Richmond with a Theatre Arts and Communications B.A. degree. I have been a professional actress for over 30 years and am a member of SAG-AFTRA and Equity. My on the job training includes Improv having worked at the Groundling in L.A.
My improv workshops are based on Truth in Comedy and Improvise. They also incorporate elements of Viola Spolin, Commedia dell'arte, movement techniques, meditation and awareness techniques, and traditional theatre training.
Throughout my teaching, I am focused on the individual and listening to the ways they best learn. In theater, I often teach and direct through asking questions of what makes sense to the actor. By asking insightful questions, and helping students explore their answers in greater depth, I help people find their way to understand their own interpretations of texts with their own voices.
I curtail each class to what the student is most keen on learning. However, I generally like to do scene study, theatre games, preparing monologues for auditions, audition technique, text analysis and viewpoints exercises.
I believe in teaching to your particular learning style. While more of my classes are kinesthetic or "hands on", I tend to adapt my methodology based on how my students learn. The activities and lessons I provide allow for all types of learning.
My method of teaching is practical application. I assign scenes and monologues to get the student busy with learning. I use and learn what the student does from that. I am familiar with most acting techniques and apply from them all for the student.
I seek to give students a well-rounded and thorough understanding of whatever subject I teach. I believe the educational journey is just as important as the final result. If I do my job right, my students will learn to find joy in whatever subject they are learning.
Musical theatre major at NYU Bachelor of Arts in Theatre and Dance Master of Arts in K-8 education Training in acting, voice, tap, jazz, ballet, lyrical, contemporary and musical theatre dance Stage combat Technical theatre Scenic designer Costume and stage makeup design Specializing in working with students of varying abilities
I try to find what topics my students are struggling with the most, while creating a curriculum that best meets their learning goals. I try to incorporate different learning styles and methods, which may include videos, practice problems, games, or whatever else I feel best suits the age and needs of the student.
My teaching method is to let the class have fun and still learn at the same time, I like to let the students chose which lesson/activity that they want to do that day from the selections that I give them.
My teaching method comes from a place of passion. I want to help students be able to connect with their characters on an emotional level and make their characters their own. I take a much more personal approach and believe in nurturing students to find their own truths.
Acting is a wonderful, but intense and complex art form that requires honesty, attention, and spontaneity! We sometimes, as actors, get so caught up in our text and trying to unveil all of those complex emotions that we often get stuck. We forget how to just be sometimes.
I will be teaching you the basics of the performing arts and I may have you put on a small play for me. When in this class please be responsible and respectful to the others in this class.
I am a fair and kind teacher and coach that believes in engaging and rigorous lessons. I graduated from Vanderbilt University with a B.A. in Theatre and Psychology. I earned a Master's Degree in Educational Theatre from New York University. I am a certified teacher (K-12, Drama) in Colorado and New York. I was an actor and have taken many writing classes from places like NYU and The New School.
I have trained and performed at the Upright Citizens Brigade and most recently guest-starred in a series co-written and directed by the executive producer of Inside Amy Schumer. I trained for theater at Trinity Rep Conservatory, part of the Tony-award winning Trinity Rep theater, with intensive study of the Meisner technique. I can do monologue coaching or scene study.
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