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 meet each student where they are, theater teaches a person a lot about themselves and life itself. I am to align the student's work with who they are and challenge them to express themselves and to work in different ways that will encourage them to be their best selves and to push boundaries.
I teach a variety of techniques including Stanislavski, Meisner and Practical Aesthetics. 6-8 week long workshops are tailored for certain things such as Improvisation for Actors, Audition Prep and On-Camera Technique. I also teach privately for audition prep and general acting per students needs.
I have an analysis-heavy approach to performance. I think that the most effective performances come from those with a deep understanding of the story, the setting, and their character. Before rehearsal comes research. I want to challenge my students to know exactly why they are making every choice they are in their performances.
My method is to repeat topics until they are mastered and drilled into the brain, as well as a ton of practice in areas that need help! Students should come in with material they feel they need to work on, such as songs or monologues, and we will work to improve them as well as come up with other options for them as well.
It's difficult to have a set teaching style for theater as any student is going to learn how to act differently. While I will do my best to make sure certain basics are provided to all students the nuances of acting is something that will be developed one on one with each student.
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 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.
My teaching method is very hands on. I give practical information as a base then gradually move onto more challenges.
I want to see where you are at with your acting and where you want to go. We'll lay out your goals, then make a plan on how to pursue them. Then, with each webcam session we'll try to conquer what your trying to achieve whether it is doing your best in a monologue or trying to master a role for an upcoming play.
My teaching method is to have fun while you're learning new subjects. I let students share their opinions and make sure everybody is on the same page. Nobody is left behind. I make my lessons fast, fun, and simple. I do tailor my lessons according to experience level.
My method of teaching includes trial and error, exploring the unknown, and finding where you fit as an actor. As your teacher I will push you out of your comfort zone to get the best results.
Im here for the actor. I want to allow the actor the freedom to make their own choices when it comes to an audition. But it’s also very important for the actor to be seen and heard by another person. Help them boost their confidence and you’re in that room for a reason! And I want to help you nail it.
Teaching through lesson plans and fun games!
Hello! I am a Teacher of Theater and Stage Combat. I am a Certified Teacher by the Society of American Fight Directors. I hold a BFA in Acting and an MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts with an emphasis on Stage Combat and Movement. I have taught on all levels of age and experience and have my own professional background as an Actor/Combatant and Fight Choreographer.
I use Improvisation games and method acting.I think that this is very important for auditions.I teach by explaining and showing.
I base my teaching on what I learn in my own class and experience as a semi-professional. I base everything on real life experiences and real life.
My teaching methodology would include being collaborative, interacting, and being integrated.
I'm very generous and loving.
Recipient of a BFA in Acting from CSU Fullerton as well as the Classical Acting Award from ACTF 2015
I love flow charts and feeling genuine.
I take students through a play in order to see what they know and how far I can push them.
Classes are based on the information needed to get the job using an honest approach of who the student is and what skills and image they project.
I teach based off of the student, script, and style. I maintain that acting always starts and ends aith the person on stage.
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